11 Nigerians Deported From Italy Arrive Ikeja Lagos MMIA Airport

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June 25, 2016 – 11 Nigerians Deported From Italy Arrive Ikeja Lagos Airport 

According to NAN, 11 citizens of Nigeria have been sent home from Italy less than 2 days after 41 Nigerians were deported from the US.

The deportees (10 men and a woman) landed in Lagos on Friday around 7:10pm.

They were received by NIS, NDLEA & Lagos Airport Police Command.

LAPC spokesperson, Joseph Alabi said the deportees allegedly committed immigration offences and other criminal acts in Italy.

10 thoughts on “11 Nigerians Deported From Italy Arrive Ikeja Lagos MMIA Airport

  1. The only news we here from Nigeria these days are just disturbing to the ear.Is either Boko or militant bombing…Now every country is deporting our citizens.We really need to look deeply inward and ask ourselves…where do we go from here?.Sometimes you don’t need to force people to stay together for selfish reasons.These lip service will not take us anywhere…We really need a solution fast,because I know its just a matter of time.

  2. And so!? Shame to Nigerian government for putting your citizens in all these situations in foreign countries..

    I’m trying to support any kind of bad behavior here.
    Guys I know it’s feels so bad coming back home in this way but you what shit happens so kindly go to “Senior Prophet T.B Joshua” and sick the face of God and any kinds of help.
    I have seen him helped lots of people in so many ways in Jesus name.

  3. @ KEEPING IT REAL- I CONCOR !!!.TB JOSHUA ISN,T D ONLY CONSIDERATE PASTOR IN 9JA. ALL THOSE WHO GIVE EXPENSIVE CARS TO ACTRESSES AND ACTORS , TIME HAS COME TO JOIN HANDS WITH TB JOSHUA AND HELP SOME HELPLESS .OR WHERE THEY INSTRUCTED TO GIVE GIFTS TO ONLY D FAMOUS ? WE ARE WATCHING !.

  4. If Nigerians living in other countries should keep themselves aways from criminal acts, nobody will deport them.Nigerians are the most greediest humans in the world and are bend to do anything to get what they want,which means sometime, they got it,and sometime,they ran out of luck,in which they must pay for the consequences.As a nigerian living abroad am very much ashame of my people for the way they do things honestly speaking.

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