Stranded Nigerian girls in Lebanon have returned home today, 16th August.
The Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM) via its Twitter handle, stated that a total of 68 of the Nigerian girls stranded in Lebanon were brought back home aboard a Middle East Airline plane, which touched down at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Abuja around 3:30 pm.
They would also be mandated to observe the 14days isolation rule set by the presidential task force to curtail the coronavirus.
Kemi filani News earlier reported that the girls caught the attention of the Federal government after recording a viral video of themselves packed up in a room in Lebanon crying for help. In the video, the girls were pictured narrating their plight and pleaded for the government’s intervention to return home.