35 Nigerians Deported From UK: Stranded Deportees Given Transport Fare To Respective States

35 Nigerians deported from uk

May 25, 2017 – 35 Nigerians Deported From UK: Stranded Deportees Given Transport Fare To Respective States

The UK deported 35 Nigerians citizens who allegedly committed various immigration offences in the country yesterday.

The deportees arrived Lagos Int’l Airport around 5:50am on Wednesday the 24th of May 2017.

According to Lagos Airport Police Command spokesperson, DSP Alabi Joseph, the deportees comprising of 30 males and 5 females arrived Lagos on Chartered Aircraft operated by Titanic Airways.

DSP Alabi said all the deportees were profiled by the NIS and were each given a stipend to facilitate transportation to their respective states.

23 Nigerians were deported from UK on the 31st of March 2017 for similar reasons.

4 thoughts on “35 Nigerians Deported From UK: Stranded Deportees Given Transport Fare To Respective States

  1. WELL,DONT BE DISGRACED out of oyinbo land due to crime.hard work pays no matter how rough..its not always green abroad..others should learn from this..u sell that parcel of land or raise money thru borrow borrow thinking u go hammer in 2months..it aint happening..with all the terrorism ..naija is always vulnerable to let go first

  2. Welcome home, we love u. With you and myself we can make naija great again. Though its painful, take heart and move on.

  3. Welcome home my brothers and sisters. It’s time we all go back to our villages to farm. Make oyinbo hold their country biko.

  4. i blame our Government both formal presidents and president one,all they know is there pocket and family shame to all of them

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