BERLIN (AP) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel is urging Libya to work to improve conditions for hundreds of thousands of migrants living in camps in the North African nation, and to improve access for worldwide aid organizations to the facilities.
"We need the Nigerian government to better fund its embassy in Libya and send the aircraft".
"We have made our request for that".
He further revealed that despite the refusal of some Nigerians to come home, the federal government is still in talks with officials of Nigeria's Charge D'Affairs in Libya to repatriate more Nigerians who are willing to come home.
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"Unfortunately, we have noticed that in every batch of people brought back to Libya from Europe or the Mediterranean Sea, a larger number of the migrants come from Nigeria because of our population, " he said.
Fachano said the government would continue to make efforts to save Nigerians that are trapped in Libya.
"What we do is identify the Nigerians in the camps, register them then issue them an emergency travel certificate but those who happen to be sick get medical treatments before being confirmed to fly".
"We have visited the detention camps, and also collaborated with the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) to repatriate migrants weekly".
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"We also ensure that we are up to date with the number of Nigerians in specific detention camps".
"I want it to be clear that the mission and Nigerian government have been doing this long before the CNN report".
Fachano said that the the repatriation exercise would be a continuous exercise.
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