It appears every state has there share of Libya returnees. Here’s what Imo State has in store for them
The Imo state Government has announced plans to reintegrate citizens of the state who recently got deported from Libya. According to a report by ChannelsTV, the government has established a career center for them.
The plans to reintegrate the returnees into the society was disclosed by the Commissioner for Happiness and Purpose Fulfillment, Ogechi Ololo while receiving them at the Government House. She said the returnees will be trained on marketable skills that can help them get jobs and also become employers.
“It is very important for you to know that your governor loves you. We have heard what happened, we know some of you won’t wish your worst enemy to go through what you went through. We want you to also be an advocate, speak out and tell others not to join this,” Ololo said.
She added that under the Ministry of Happiness the Career Centers will train the returnees on skill acquisition and find a way to incorporate them back into the society.
She said the state government is willing to support them in all ramification and ensure that they find a means of livelihood.
We are hoping these promises are not just press gimmicks and are fulfilled on time.