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Thursday, February 02, 2017

Nigerians Deported From the UK Arrive Lagos Airport (photos)

The 41 Nigerians deported from the United Kingdom arrived Lagos yesterday..
The deportees were very aggressive and refused to interact with newsmen.



They screamed intermittently that they were deported unjustly.
Some of them who refused to be identified told Vanguard; “We were not even given any chance to pick any of our possession.

‘’This is inhuman and our government will surely not do anything about it. We know them.”
The 41 Nigerians were deported from the United Kingdom allegedly for various
immigration offences. They arrived at the cargo terminal of Murtala Muhammed International Airport, MMIA, Ikeja Lagos in a chartered Air bus 330 aircraft which touched ground at about 7:40 am.

They were made up of 33 males and eight females and were said to have been living illegally in the UK as their visas had expired.




OMG...they arrived cargo terminal like goods?WOW!!!

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    1. Nigeria which way forward?????

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    2. Lmao. Where did they ever see deportees being allowed to pick their luggage? Once you are caught off you go with the just the clothes on your back.
      They should just thank God for safe journey.
      Btw where did those Ghana must go bags come from?

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    3. Bruno I wonder oh. Who has all those luggage?
      This is sad.

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    4. Nawa. Atleast they can join in the upcoming protest shah.

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    5. That's so unfair!

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    6. "They arrived at the cargo terminal"at Bianca. They are not the owner of the Ghana must go.

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  2. They are Nigerian goods na. The "I just got backs" hehe

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    1. Oh shut up. What is so funny?

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    2. Idiotic statement from you "The Observer". I don't understand how insensitive and depressed Nigerians can be.
      You're rejoicing over people being deported to a country with no law and future.
      I hope when you get into a situation you can't help yourself out; people will be there to make mockery of you when you don't find help.
      EWU.

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  3. hmmmmm painful. Them carry plenty ghana must go bags. That means ghana must go bags dey for UK.

    Vuhari you see what is going on. Nobody wants to come back to this country again because of dead policies you guys keep dishing out

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  4. Hahahahahahaha!
    Why won't they be aggressive? Someone is trying to run from hardship in this country and you throw them back to square one, yet you want them to be happy. It's a pity though, if only they composed themselves, they would not be in this mess. Welcome back home and please be of good behaviour while here, we have enough to deal with already.

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    1. Must you comment on issues beyond your comprehension?
      If only they composed themselves? Bullocks.

      Some of these people may have been picked up at work, in their homes, at train stations etc.

      Some of them sent application to the home office to perfect or renew their visas but were refused. Get enlightened and stop making it seem like they committed a crime.

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    2. Bless you anonymous 10:02, Nigerians are really depressed with the type of comments here.
      Should Stella be saying they were being aggressive? Not like Stella herself was born in Europe.
      Anonymous 9:39, did you really need to write out all that crap? Its obvious you're depressed.
      Insensitive idiot.

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  5. The British are hypocrites I hate them !! This is a racist black skin thing. Na them first do brexist now condemning Trump. Still wants to trade with Europe

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    1. Thank you, but we don't care whether you hate us or not.

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  6. All I see are "Ghana must go" bags, never knew Ghana must go is sold in the UK.

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  7. Why should they even go another man country illegally in d first place?

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    1. Another Dundee United. They may have gone "legally" and then their visas expired in the UK. Attempts to renew may have been unsuccessful hence their predicament.

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    2. Peacemaker, you need to change that name. Its obvious you're an idiot and dint know anything about visa application, so they went into a country illegally?
      Like anonymous 10:04 said, you're a Dundee United
      Shut your mouth when ure ignorant and don't have anything good to contribute.
      All I see on this blog us depressed people.
      Mtcheeeeeeeeeeeew.

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    3. Anons 2 of u must be among d deportees. Na by force to stay for abroad? If they refused to renew ur visa come back to ur father land honourably

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  9. ....they arrived at the cargo terminal. Na wa, na real wa.

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  10. Eyah. Sorry. Welcome to Nigeria

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  11. Welcome to Nigeria. Yall should settle in and look for ways to better Nigeria. There are lots of opportunities and untapped areas and ideas here too. What yall are looking for in Sokoto is inside your shokoto here. Don't constitute nuisance here like yall litter the streets doing abroad! Try and be responsible! Be productive! It isn't that bad here like pple paint it to be. Yall will be alright.

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    1. Lol, you guys never cease to amaze me. So because they were deported, they are all irresponsible?? Stella, I give up on your blog visitors.

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    2. And what's all the y'all rubbish about?
      A Nigerian 'American' who has never been in America. Na una type full Naija.

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  12. See Ghana must come bags everywhere. Who will agree he/she was deported justly. You will claim you are going for 3 months visit after which you abscond claiming smart.

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    1. Very painful.
      And that part of arriving At the Cargo Terminal made it all the more saddening.
      God got u guys.

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  14. Enter your comment...eyah,mr trump kenan.

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  15. This is so sad, but what can I do nothing just to tell them welcome back to vuhari regine

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  16. If most of you had good advisers prior, you wouldn't have left Naija in the first place. Pple are making it here. Earning 10 times more than yall wasting away on the streets of UK. Making their money and traveling to UK or whatever country of their choice on Vacation to enjoy their money.

    Settle in guys settle in. Naija is in rebuilding process. Let's rebuild it together

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    1. See them mumu. People will always live abroad for one reason or the other. And please note that a lot of Nigerians who live abroad are doing well. Jaymore, Tetrina, Stella lives abroad. There are a lot of people doing well here.

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    2. Anon13:50 aka Jaymore we haff heard u.If they call Nigerians doing well abroad you sef go follow commot

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  17. Eyaaah!i feel for them,they should be happy they where allowed to pack their things because the kind of deportation i know,you won't be allowed to pack anything,you would come back with only the things on your body

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    1. They sent them home as(with) goods, not their bags.

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  18. Gheghe, welcome to recession......start adjusting to the hardship the evil scam change government of Buhari foist on Nigerians......pity indeed

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  19. So sad though. All their efforts wasted just like that. Well, it's never too late to start over as long as there is life.

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  20. I hv to go anonymous on this!! Yes Stella they use cargo flight for deportees this days. Usually, the whole of EU member countries will gather all their deportees and they will be picking them up from one country to the other. Belguim was the meeting point for the Nordic countries (Finland, Norway, Denmark and Sweden) The last time I interpreted for my country of resident, becuase I speak Ibo, Yoruba, English and the language of my country of resident fluently. Some Nigerian guys who tried to make troubles were chained. A facial mask like the ones they use for dogs that bites were used on one guy who tried to bite a police officer. The worst part of it is that even as an interpreter you are not allowed to go into the plane with a camera or a phone that has camera.

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  21. Abeg na everywhere this Ghana must go dey enter? Na question I ask o.

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  22. Those Ghana must go bags do not belong to them. When you're caught, you get taken to a detention centre and arrangements made for a flight to take you back home. They are not allowed to take anything except the clothes they have on.
    Since its the cargo terminal, I'm sure they are luggages for other passengers that goes through to baggage claim.
    These people despite their immigration status have worked and earned money but since they've been deported, the money goes to the government unless someone has your details to withdraw your money and send to you back home.
    It's a very sad case! Where will they even start from??

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  23. Some will still look for other ways (legal or anyhow anyhow) of returning abroad even after this humiliation. I no pity any of them.

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    1. You are a psycho. You should be on medications.crazy idiot. Not even an iota of pity for them?

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    2. You are a psycho. You should be on medications.crazy idiot. Not even an iota of pity for them?

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  24. It's so Sad coming back home unprepared. Be strong and be of good courage.

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  25. This really hurts !! Can they deport a white man like this ?!! 😥😥😥

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  26. Hi, a couple of individuals, Nigerians and Ghanaians who still have cases in the UK court of appeal were deported on these clandestine flights. The court has not even decided their case, the Home office asked them to sign on at their offices weekly and they were picked up. Do these guys come across as criminals to you. That is the injustice you sometimes find happening with uk immigration system.

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