Ekweremadu’s Trial Resurrects Deportation As UK Deports 38 Nigerians
Ekweremadu’s Trial Resurrects Deportation As UK Deports 38 Nigerians[FULL DETAILS]
Amidst Ekweremadu’s Court Trial, no fewer than 38 Nigerians have been deported from the United Kingdom, they arrived Lagos early hours of Thursday.
According to authorities in Nigeria, the deportees, who are mainly mothers and grandmothers, arrived the Murtala Muhammed international Airport, Ikeja.
They arrived in Lagos early this morning with one Home Office charter flight.
According to Vanguard, It was gathered that some members of LGBTQ community seeking asylum were among the deportees.
Some of the deportees claimed they have lived in the United Kingdom for many years.
However, the Nigeria Ministry of Foreign Affairs told British Broadcasting Corporation, BBC that the deportation bothers on violation of immigration-related offences.
It was gathered that the deportees were later conveyed to yet to be ascertained location.
This is coming few days after the arrest and arraignment of former deputy senate president, Ike Ekweremadu in the UK court for alleged organs harvesting.
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