Nigerians are not in agreement to defy the Sahara desert and the Mediterranean because it feels that there are greener pastures, whether they are prepared for it or not. Nigeria do not support this act of illegality on migration issues, illegal migrants who decides to defile the desert and the Mediterranean is doing so at his own risk.
The president made the statement while fielding questions during a joint press conference with the German Chancellor, Angela Merkel.
Nigeria does not support illegal migration, this is the reason the country has been repatriating its citizens from Libya and other African countries.
Investigation revealed that about 3,000 Nigerians that were stuck in Libya were recently rerepatriate
The country is taking further steps towards repatriating Nigerians stuck abroad and return them to their local government.
The Nation do not support anything illegal and anybody who feels that the country does not avail him or offer him what he should be offered as as a citizen and decides to defy the desert and the Mediterranean, does so at his own risk.
Those found stuck in Libya or anywhere, between his final destination and Nigeria, should be sent back home to their local government of origin.
Merkel visited Nigeria for the first time and a number of deals were signed by the two countries.