She recounted how she got to Libya 11 months ago after being deceived that she was being taken to Germany.
Recall that barely a week after no fewer than 162 Nigerians were brought back by the Federal Government from Libya another batch of 171 Nigerians were Tuesday deported.
The lady, speaking with newsmen on her arrival at the Murtala Mohammed International Airport, MMIA, Lagos, said it was better to die than face the hardship in Libya.
The Delta State indigene said, “When I got to Libya, it was not in my mind to continue with the journey. So I asked the person that took me to return me to Nigeria but he started maltreating me and sold me to someone who has a connection house in Libya where we were maltreated daily.
“If we don’t want to work, they will start maltreating us. They will do you something that you will wish to die.
“I managed to eventually contact my family in Nigeria and I was fortunate to make it back alive unlike many of my peers who joined me on the ill-fated journey.”