43 Nigerians Deported From Belgium, Germany & Italy Arrive Lagos

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43 nigerians deported from europe

Feb 24, 2017 – 43 Nigerians Deported From Belgium, Germany & Italy Arrive Lagos 

3 European countries, Germany, Italy and Belgium have deported no fewer than 43 Nigerians for committing various offences.The deportees arrived at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMlA), Lagos at about 8.40 p.m.

The deportees, who are all male, were brought back with a chartered Hifly aircraft with registration number CS-TQW, amidst tight security.

Alhaji Muhammad Sani Sidi, the Director-General, National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), confirmed the development.

He said 33 of the deportees were from Italy, while the other seven and another three were deported from Germany and Italy, respectively.

Sidi, represented by Dr Onimode Bandele, the Deputy Director, Search and Rescue, NEMA, said NEMA and other sister agencies were at the airport to receive the deportees.

“They were deported for committing various offences in their host countries and as you can see, our agencies are here to do the needful.

“As a responsible government, we cannot just leave our citizens to enter the country without giving them a good welcome and assisting them to get back to their families,” he said.

Sidi advised Nigerians to stay in the country and develop it together.

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16 thoughts on “43 Nigerians Deported From Belgium, Germany & Italy Arrive Lagos

  1. Really unfortunate for the deportees and our federal government/ NEMA agency. Ghana-Must-Go bag…most of these fellas came back the way they left, without decent suitcases/boxes, shame! And our don’t have proper documentation, rehabilitation and follow-up, if not all will end up in crime again here…

  2. CRIMES…. GOD PUNISH ALL OF THEM… THESE ARE THE ANIMALS THAT HAS DESTROYED THE NAME OF NIGERIANS… THEY SHOULD HAVE KILLED THEM. FOOOOLS

  3. Maybe those deported from Italy and Belgium are pimps forcing trafficked women into life of prostitution in those countries. Hope they dont continue their life of crime in Nigeria. Always obey the laws of your host country.

  4. @katoba I don’t think it has come to this point,if som1 you know is involve you would have know what it means to be deported.some of these people just looking for the green pasture,prablly working with som1 documt,cauth and get deported,u never know,so lets feels for the innocent ones among them.

  5. As a race, black people have failed! As Fela sing am, our life is like one yeye ball, wey one yeye wind dey blow for one yeye corner as I put for song……….. I think so-called leaders can now see the results of their ineptitude. If these fools have good meta cognition, they wouldn’t talk again in the newspapers.

  6. You people should stop disgracing this country. If you want to travel out go through the right channel so you can have peace of mind and if you don’t have the opportunity stay and work to make your country a better place for whites to travel down to.

  7. @katoba you are a *****. The name of Nigerian’s was destroyed by your so called leaders and looters. if your so called country was good in the first place would this 43 able men travel out? A country where there’s no health care system, no welfare system, no social system. How are the elderly being taken care of in Nigeria? @katoba how many people have you helped educationally? what is our education system saying? look educate yourself before you chat shit. These 43 were probably arrested due to no having the right documents and can be considered criminal by using someone else document to work which is known as identity theft. Yes Nigerian’s are committing crimes, so are american’s, Germans, Italians, etc.. You this**** you don’t even know the crime the west is committing everyday against you own country, cause we have useless leaders who don’t know there ass from face, which makes them kiss anything these ba****d white people use us.

  8. So gana must go dey that side too? Welcome back all the same! God will make a way if you are willing to stay in Nigeria and find an honest way of earning a living.

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