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Some Ghanaian returnees from Libya are said to be on their way currently back to the once-troubled Libya.
So far about 15 Ghanaian returnees have arrived in the capital Tripoli and have secured jobs and accommodation.
One of Ghanaian returnees Martin Adjei, who is on his way to Libya confirmed that 7 people had left the country today through the desert.
He says though some of his colleagues have gone missing and confirmed dead that will not stop them on their quest for greener pastures in Libya.
Martin Adjei told Adom news they don’t care about the risk involved in returning.

Last year large numbers of Ghanaian migrants were repatriated after militants fought and overthrew the Libyan Leader Gaddafi but some of these Ghanaians say they are returning because life is so unbearable in Ghana after their return.
The hard economic conditions in the country had over the past few months had prompted us to return to Libya where the economic situation is far better, Adjei added.

After Bangladeshis, Ghanaians represented the second largest group of stranded migrants who were evacuated with Malians and Sudanese following suit.
Story: Samuel Mantey/Adom news/Ghana


February 28, 2012 - Posted by | SETTING THE NEWS AGENDA

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