More than 300 Libya based Ghanaians voluntarily repatriate

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By Lorlornyofm April 28, 2017 06:29

More than 300 Libya based Ghanaians voluntarily repatriate

More than 300 Ghanaians leaving in Libya in North Africa have returned to Ghana following a situation they describe as a lawless Libya state that undermines peaceful livelihood in the country.

According to the repatriates, life in Libya is unbearable; adding that there is no government to maintain law and order.

‘I have regretted going to Libya. Life there is very difficult. There are robbers who robbed us at a gun point every day. When you report to the authorities, they don’t do anything about it’, one returnee noted.

Some of the returnees who admitted travelling to Libya on foot through the Libyan desert in search for greener pastures noted that they were disappointed at the lawless state of Libya coupled with hardship, urging other Ghanaians not to attempt going there.

The repatriates also appealed to government to salvage the remaining Ghanaians from the dreaded situation in Libya, as there are no air planes to transport them back home after paying for the air-ticket.

‘We paid for the air-ticket months ago but there were no airplanes arriving in the country to bring us back to Ghana. We are pleading with government to save our brothers left behind in Ghana’ another returnee asserted.

According to another repatriate, three died whiles camping for a flight to convey them back to Ghana.

Source: Ghanaweb.com

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