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164 Stranded Sierra Leoneans From Libya Arrived In Freetown

As part of its committed pillars of providing humane and dignifying benefits to migrants, the United Nation’s Intentional Organization for Migration (IOM) team in Sierra Leone compose of staff members and medical personnel, led by the country’s head of mission, Mr. Alhaji Sanusi Savage welcomed 164 stranded Sierra Leoneans in Libya on an IOM chartered flight funded by the Italian government at the Freetown National Airport in Lungi late Tuesday night November 21st, 2017.

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