The Ondo state government has received 23 indigenes of the state who are among the latest batch of returnees from Libya in Akure the state capital.
The returnees were received by the Commissioner for Women Affairs and Social Development, Hon. Omowunmi Olatunji-Edet who was represented by the ministry's permanent secretary, Dr. Dupe Eshiofone.
She said the government has made provisions for temporary accommodation and feeding for them.
Olatunji-Edet also said the government has begun moves to locate their families and ensure their full integration, and advised young Nigerians to strive to make the best out whatever situation they might find themselves in Nigeria.
The returnees were brought back by officials of the State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA) comprises ten males, 12 females, and a baby girl.
Four of the returnees are from Ileoluji/Okeigbo local government area (LGA), three each from Ondo and Owo LGAs, two from Ose, Idanre, Ese Odo and Akoko North West LGAs, while Akoko North East, Akoko South East, Akure South have one each.