40 Nigerians Deported From Australia & UK For Overstaying Their Visas Arrive Lagos

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May 25, 2016 – 40 Nigerians Deported From Australia & UK For Overstaying Their Visas Arrive Lagos MMIA Airport In 2 Chartered Aircraft

40 Nigerian citizens deported from the UK and Australia have arrived home.

The deportees (33 men & 7 women) landed at the Hajj Camp area of MMIA around 7:25am in two chartered aircraft with registration # ZTA-4741.

Other Africans were also deported to their host countries for overstaying their visas and other immigration offences.

Some of the deportees reportedly fought immigration officials and forced their way out of the airport.

14 thoughts on “40 Nigerians Deported From Australia & UK For Overstaying Their Visas Arrive Lagos

  1. Nawao! Wot a pity
    U pple should bear d agony and come let’s all join hand in making our own nation a better place to live..
    Welcome bak home my brodas and sister’s

  2. So una no b wan come enjoy dis CHANGE Govt wt us abi? Well emmm anyway sha, una wlcm home.
    B hapi, relax and enjoy ur stay. Diz iz ur home sweet home.

    I don waka go oo..

  3. The lost sheep of Nigeria have returned home. Home sweet home. If our country is okay, why do we need to travel out? God will replace all you have lost in an uncountable fold. Welcome home.

  4. wellcome! atleast u guys arrived b4 very day of d remembrance of our failing heroes coming on 30th of May dis month, so u guys shld not bother or worry about anything ok Biafra has come to stay….wellcome soldies of Biafra

  5. Immigration Officers! Why can’t you pity these people! What else do you need from them? They were deported back to their country, you want to hold them for what? Do you think it’s easy? Only God knows where they will start from?
    It is a pity! It is always better to get your documents, before travelling out of your country. It is very frustrating leaving overseas without proper documents.
    The Lord is your strength, my people. It is so sad!

  6. I really pity anyone that has been deported anywhere abroad back to Nigeria. The question is, where do you want to start from? Nigeria and its “changed” government don’t even care about anybody. Guys take heart and brace up, I pray God will give you the strength to start all over.

  7. So you people want to nationalize there abi? So Nigeria is not conducive again eh? I’m asking o because I will not want this rubbish to repeat again.

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