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Ghana set to deport 30 Nigerians for sundry offences

GHANAIAN Authorities are set to repatriate no fewer than 30 Nigerians for alleged infractions against the laws of the state.

Nigerianflightdeck.com got the scoop from a reliable source earlier today and learnt that the deportation will happen next week as officials of the Nigeria Immigration Services ( NIS) have been alerted and are on standby to receive the deportees.

This latest repatriation from Ghana is coming just weeks after Nigerian Immigration authorities apprehended four and eight Ghanaian females respectively on October 9th and 20th for human trafficking.

Although the nature of their offenses have not been made public yet, our reporter can confidently say that the Nigerians have been rounded up and their documentation for deportation complete .

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