UK deports 83 Nigerians back to Lagos


Just a few days after the United States under the administration of Donald Trump put a ban on immigrants from seven Muslim-majority countries, the United Kingdom has also deported 83 Nigerians.

The deportees arrived at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos, early morning of Wednesday, February 1.

Among those deported are residents whose documents had expired and prisoners who have almost completed their prison term.

The deportees were received by Officials of the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), police men and aviation security personnel.

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2 thoughts on “UK deports 83 Nigerians back to Lagos

  1. If you know that there is this your uncle or aunty that you lost to voyage in overseas, you can now have a hope of re-uniting with them!
    Well done Trump!

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