The primary health care coordinator of the local government, Isyaku Hamza, made this known at an evening review meeting of the exercise on Friday.
The federal government said it plans to evacuate every stranded Nigerians in Libya.
Amongst the evacuees were 48 persons who were released from Libyan detention facilities.
The returnees include 76 male adults, 52 female adults, four children, and five infants.
“The evacuees included victims of human trafficking and irregular migrants on voluntary return who had hitherto considered Libya as a transit point.
The federal government, in collaboration with the International Organisation for Migration (IOM), on Tuesday repatriated another 180 stranded Nigerians in Libya.
In collaboration with the federal government, the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) has evacuated another 330 stranded Nigerians in Libya.
Among those to be repatriated are victims of human trafficking and those detained in Libyan prisons for migration offences.