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Deportees at the Hajj Camp of the MMIA

US deports 41 Nigerians for various offences

41 Nigerians have been deported from the United States of America (USA) through the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, MMIA, Lagos for various offences.
The deportees arrived on a Miami Air International aircraft with registration number N733MA and touched down at the airport at exactly 12:20 local time.
Most of the deportees who are all male were however returned to the country for criminal offences.
Nine of the deportees were repatriated into Nigeria for drug related offence, 26 for police case while the other six were returned for immigration offences.
As at the time of filing this report, those with criminal offences were still being held by the respective agencies while those with immigration offences were released to go to their various destinations after going through profiling by the Nigerian Immigration Service, NIS.

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  1. Good enough for them, they thinks USA is Nigeria.

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