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Thursday, September 12, 2019

Xenophobic Attacks - First Batch Of Nigerians Totalling 178 Arrive Lagos

According to Premiumtimes about 178 Nigerians arrived the Murtala Muhammed airport in Lagos by 9.23 p.m on Wednesday in the first wave of evacuations in the aftermath of xenophobic attacks in South Africa.





Air Peace, a Nigerian airline, offered to evacuate Nigerians after several Nigerian businesses and nationals were attacked in the xenophobic attacks.

The incident led to a diplomatic row between the two biggest African economies.

A total of 313 Nigerians were expected but due to a delay in the process of checking in and clearance by immigration, only 178 were confirmed on board and ready to depart for Lagos.
 Geoffrey Onyeama, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, commended the management of Air Peace for the successful evacuation of the first batch of willing Nigerians from Johannesburg, South Africa.

The minister also promised that “the second batch of the evacuation exercise will commence soonest after working out necessary modalities with the Nigerian mission in South Africa.”

He further appealed to Nigerians in South Africa to remain calm and patient as the federal government is “engaging relevant stakeholders towards finding permanent measures to the unfortunate xenophobic attacks on Nigerians”.

17 comments:

  1. Good news.I miss Obasanjo at times like this, SA would have felt the heat.

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    1. Saw airpeace Chairman shedding tears in a video. Nice for for helping out, such a nice man

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    2. Saw that video too. May God bless him.

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  2. Some of these ones are using this opportunity to visit home and will go back.

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    1. If na you nko😁😁

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    2. They'll just take it as a vacation, when things are calm again in SA they'll go back.

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  3. Lagos that's already over-populated. What are the plans being made for this people, it's not just to bring them back. What housing plan have they put in plan for them

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  4. May God bless Air peace chairman more, for this kind gesture. More coming your way

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  5. This airpeace man, I hope you will not come and increase airfare ooo. You eint come and make your passengers indirectly pay for this.

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  6. They are welcome back home....

    Remember the Road that leads you home 🎧

    CAUTION.... CAUTION.....

    Please, without being INSENSITIVE....
    They should be tested for HIV....

    We all know that S.A is the CENTRE of HIV/AID

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    1. The rampant HIV in Nigeria. Where no one uses protection .be guided

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    2. Be Guided because of .........

      Guard your Self....

      Everyone knows SOUTH AFRICANS get am plenty pass

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