Min. Happiness will wipe away your tears, Ololo tells 40 Libya Returnees

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Imo State Government through Ministry of Happiness and Purpose Fulfillment has promised to wipe away the tears of the recent 40 Libyan returnees, with sustainable and marketable skills that will reposition their live for good.

The Supervisory Commissioner for Happiness and Purpose Fulfillment, Hon.  Mrs Ogechi Ololo made the good intentions of the state government known to them when she received the newly 40 Libyan Returnees, at Nicks Banquet Hall Imo State Government Owerri.

Commissioner assured them of State government willingness to create better platforms that will dramatically reposition their lives and reintegrate them back into the society.

Ololo told them not feel dejected or rejected. “I don’t want you to see yourself as failed people, we will not leave you the way we met you. We have transformational empowerment programs that will give you another opportunity to succeed in life” she assured.

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“Imo is also a land full of greener pastures, we only need your maximum cooperation to enable us help you to succeed”

“The state governor, Owelle Rochas Okorocha created this ministry because of people like you, so as to put smiles on your face and help you fulfill your purpose in life”

Encouraging the 40 Libyan returnees, Commissioner Ololo said “we are not here to judge or condemn, you rather we are here to help you. We commend your passion and determination to succeed in life, you have a survival spirit”

The story of the returnees were full of sorrowful experience  as they narrate how they were robbed and all the savings they made were stolen by Libyans.

Narrating her ordeal, Mrs Oluchi Okoro from Mbaitoli explained how the Libyan police came during lonely hours of the day when her husband went out for work, forced her out of the room and bundled her down to deportation camp.

Another returnee Chinwendu Alozie said he sponsored herself to Libya to seek greener pastures, unfortunately: she returned with nothing because of the manner she was arrested and sent to deportation camp.

Others who spoke cried out for help, saying: things have fallen apart in Libya and they are killing many Nigerians every day.

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