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OSUN REHABILITATES LIBYA DEPORTEE: SEARCHES FOR FAMILY

Nigerians Have Been Enjoined To Assist the Osun Government
In Identifying And Locating The Families Of Aisha Mohammed One Of The Deportees Recently Repatriated From Libya
The State Commissioner For Social Protection, Sports And Special Needs, Comrade Biyi Odunlade Made The Appeal Said The Taking Over Of The Deportees From Libya Is Part Of Government’s Efforts At Responding To Needs Of The Vulnerable In The State.
He Noted That The Lady Was Discovered To Be Suffering From Mental Ailment And Was Subsequently Taken To The Hospital For Immediate Treatment On The Instruction Of The Governor,
Ogbeni Rauf Adesoji Aregbesola.
Comrade Odunlade Explained That The Young Lady Has Been In The Hospital For Close To Two Months Has Been Certified Healthy By The Medical Team That Attended To Her.
The Commissioner Said , She Has However Refused To Disclose The Identity Of Her Relations But Maintained That She Is A Native Of Ede Where Her Parents Reside But Married To A Man At Yaba Street In Ondo Town Before Her Journey To Libya.
Comrade Odunlade Therefore Appealed to Anyone Who Might Have Useful Information About The Family Of The Lady To Please Contact The Director, Special Needs Department, Mrs Taiwo Oladunjoye The Telephone Number Written On The Screen Or Come To The Department Of Special Needs, Ministry Of Social Protection, Sports And Special Needs, State Secretariat

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