The United Nations’ International Organization for Migration (IOM) has now shipped at least 6,300 Nigerians back home from Libya where they were pretending to be refugees trying to invade Europe—proving once again that Europe has no “refugee crisis,” because if their home country was “unsafe” they would not be able to go back.
Nigerians returned from Libya disembark at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Ikeja, Lagos state, Nigeria.
According to a press release on the IOM website, that organization has just completed a “four-day business skills training for 72 Nigerian migrants returning from Libya,” which took place in Lagos from 12 to 15 February.
Participants in the course “learned how to plan, launch and sustain their own businesses from IOM and its government and civil society partners,” the report said, adding that the courses are “part of the three-year European Union–IOM Joint Initiative for Migrant Protection and Reintegration.”
The program is “funded by the EU and implemented by IOM” and is aimed at helping “people get back on their feet in their communities of origin,” by offering “reintegration assistance to help some of the returning Nigerian migrants start businesses like tailoring shops, beauty salons, and market kiosks at home.”
Significantly, the IOM admits that the Africans only invaded Europe in search of money, saying that the “program is important as the majority of Nigerian migrants who return from Libya say they travelled to the North African country in hopes of crossing the Mediterranean Sea into Italy and finding better job opportunities in Europe.”
More than 200 Nigerians who returned from Libya have participated in business skills trainings since IOM and its partners started the workshops in December 2017.
“More than 6,300 Nigerians have returned home from Libya through the EU-IOM Joint initiative in the last 10 months. Business skills trainings will continue with the aim of reaching all Nigerian migrants who choose to return from Libya,” the IOM report concluded.
Meanwhile, the IOM also reported that the nonwhite invasion of Europe has continued despite their efforts to send the invaders home.
According to the latest IOM figures, 9,659 nonwhites invaded Europe by sea and land for the perdio January 1 to February 19, 2018.
Of this number, 8,842 invaded by sea—mostly through being picked up by the Italian coast guard—and
817 by land through Turkey.
The main nationalities of the invaders arriving in Italy were as follows: Nigeria, Guinea, Cote d’Ivoire, Bangladesh, Mali, Eritrea; in Greece: Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Pakistan, Algeria; in Spain: Morocco, Algeria, Guinea, Cote d’Ivoire, Gambia, Syria; and in Bulgaria: Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Turkey, and Pakistan.