292 stranded Nigerians have arrived Abuja on Tuesday from Saudi Arabia.
According to the minister of foreign affairs , Mr Geoffrey Onyeama, most of the returnees are nursing mothers and children.
This is coming after the country successfully evacuated Nigerians from United Arab Emirates (265); United Kingdom (253) and the United States (160).
The latest returnees bring to 970 the total number of stranded Nigerians who have been evacuated.
All evacuees will undergo compulsory 14 days quarantine at a government isolation center and they will be tested for Covid-19.