40 Nigerians deported from UK And Australia – Naijavoice.com.ng
Hmmm, is this happening or is it a kind of a dream? This is the second time in a month, whereby the United Kingdom and Australia jointly deported about 40 Nigerians for various immigration offenses. We don’t and cant actually say the real issue or offenses. According to our sources onground, the said deportees, which included both males and females, did arrived the Hajj camp area of the Murtala Muhammed International Airport on chartered aircraft. 40 Nigerians deported from UK And Australia
Hope we still haven’t forgotten to soon that it was last year more than 40 Nigerians were similarly deported from UK for what the United Kingdom government called immigration offences. And later on, Switzerland also did some deportation of some Nigerians too.
According to sources who reported this to us, two separate chartered flights brought the latest deportee. Which also reported that one of the chartered aircraft that brought them into the country which has a registration number ZTA -4741, arrived Lagos Airport with 36 Nigerians: 29 males and seven females. Also, an Air Seychelles aircraft, with registration number SND-1, brought four males into the country for similar immigration offences.
It should be noted that there other Citizens of other African countries, which included countries like Ghana, Liberia and Egypt, were also deported. The returned deportees from the UK Australia to Nigeria were warmly received by various agencies at the airport, while officials of Nigerian Immigration Service, NIS, checked their identities to ascertain their nationalities.
According to a source close to the terminal who did not want his name made public on this mater, revealed to us that some of the deportees were not calm but were hell violent when the immigration officers that were attached to the international wing of the airport attempted to take their fingerprints.
Up till now, there have been no official report as what the presidency or the federal government have said about the issue.