Another batch of 162 stranded Nigerians returned from Libya on Wednesday at the arrival wing of the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Ikeja.
They were received by the Coordinator of Lagos Territorial Office of the National Emergency Management Agency(NEMA), Idris Muhammed.
The returnees consist of 100 females including 4 pregnant women and 62 males, 13 female children and 5 infants.
In the male category, there are 50 adults, 4 male children, as well as 13 infants.
The exercise which began in April 2017 is expected to end by April 2020 about 8,808 returnees, have so far been repatriated to Nigeria from North Africa.