According to him, the returnees comprise 10 adult females, 123 adult males and one infant, including a medical case.
Farinloye said they were also received by officials of the Nigerian Immigration Service, the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons, Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria and the Police.
Farinloye said their return had brought the number of Nigerians repatriated from Libya in 2017 to 6,806.
He said: “The project of the repatriation is the programme of IOM with the funding for reintegration at the local level provided by EU.
“IOM paid for their accommodation to stay overnight before proceeding to their various destinations.”