Twenty three indigenes of Ondo state among the latest batch of Libya returnees have arrived Akure the state capital.
The returnees comprising ten males, 12, females and a baby girl were brought back from PortHarcourt to Akure Wednesday evening by officials of the State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA).
While receiving the returnees, including two couples,
the Commissioner for Women Affairs and Social Development, Hon Omowunmi Olatunji-Edet said the state government has made provision for their temporary accommodation and feeding.
The commissioner who was represented by the permanent secretary in the ministry, Dr Dupe Eshiofone said government has begun moves to locate their families and ensure their full integration.
She said the returnees confessed to have gone through hell in Libya.
She thus advised young Nigerians to strive to make the best out whatever situation they might find themselves in Nigeria.
A breakdown of the list of returnees shows that Ileoluji Oke Igbo tops with four, Ondo and, Owo, three, Ose, Idanre, Ese Odo, and Akoko North West , two each, Akoko North East, Akoko South East, Akure South one each.