Rights organisations have nonetheless warned that meaningful action could take a long time.
She said several persons in the three Hilux vans they boarded from Kano to Libya died on the way due to starvation and thirst. “I spent eight years to save the N300,000 I spent on my travel.
One of the recent Libya returnees, Miss Loveth Ekumabo, has said her father’s incestuous behaviour chased her out of Nigeria.
The 25-year-old lady said she fled for safety from her father, and also in search of greener pasture.
She said that they were attacked at a camp as they prepared to board a ship to Spain.
Ugiagbe said Libyan militias took them to their base that looked like an underground tunnel, where they were humiliated, dehumanised and sexually abused by no fewer than 15 men daily.