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Friday, December 10, 2021

Nigeria Family Reportedly Deported From Canada For Flouting COVID 19 Rules...

 Most people do not take Coronavirus serious and the family in this story paid a great price for flouting COVID 19 safety rules...







64 comments:

  1. See how they carried their behaviour abroad, these are the same ones that will be blaming govt for every single thing when they themselves cannot comply with simple rules.

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    1. dont blame them..they came from a country that dont obey law...the spirit of nigeria is still in them..

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    2. When they refused to settle their village people.

      Good for them.

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    3. Gentle sog, what do you mean we should not blame them? Who should we blame? Please, people should be held accountable for their actions.

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    4. Gentle sog, I bet they relocated because Nigeria is not “working”. They refuse to acknowledge that Nigeria is where it is because of citizens like them who are not disciplined and don’t obey rules!

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  2. Haaaaa... what do we call this now.. Nigerians are too stubborn honestly

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    1. Shea, is that the term you choose to use. Stubborn?

      Irresponsible, more like it.

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    2. Not stubborn, just highly irresponsible and full of sh**t

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  3. every where is not lawless, welcome back.

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    1. No be small welcome back. Chai! They’ll cry in “had I known” ☹️

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    2. After selling all their properties

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  4. Unfortunately for them, Canada is not Nigeria where rules are flouted and where people do how they like and getting away with it.

    The group of "Nothing de happen" take note

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    1. Even in Cyprus, anyone coming in must quarantine for 14 days and given a wrist band to wear for tracking. Nigerians will still come, leave the wrist band at home and go clubbing, attending parties, visit friends and the rest. When you scold them, they will claim they are wise and smart but this is foolishness and stupidity. But immediately the government start dealing with them, they are quick to shout racism.

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  5. Everything is not village people .sometimes we are just stubborn ,we just do not listen, we just do not do the right thing.

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  6. They probably forgot they are in not their country where laws are not respected and everything goes.

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  7. They thought they were in Nigeria where anything and everything goes. Back to square 1. They are welcome. In their next life they will obey governmental laws

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  8. Lemme just hush it, before dem with their arrows🏹🏹 and spears🏹🏹 me.

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    1. The truth would always be the truth regardless of the arrows and stones hurled at you , everyone can see what's happening o.

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  9. Everything that happens to human does not necessarily has to come from ur village people...

    Stubbornness at times kills faster

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  10. You'd think that they'd take the law seriously, considering the stress it must have taken them to get their Canadian PR. I have no pity for them. Ntorrrr

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  11. I no dey hear word, i get coconut head, na them be this.

    Stubborn people

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  12. Na wa... Carry bad behaviour travel out... Thank you for posting this.



    Lovelace

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  13. Haaaa! Back to square one because of disobidience,o ma se o

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  14. The story is fabricated. There’s no record of a PR Nigerian family deported for flouting Covid 19 rules in Canada.

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    1. I just hope so cause the depression would have been out of this world

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    2. @Anon 11:37,

      I also believe it is not completely true. But do you have contradictory info source?

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    3. Really? LoL. Well Even if it is, it's good such a story is out there so Nigerians can be more careful and responsible when abroad. Cos this is something that can actually happen.. Oyibo no send you, as long as you are not a citizen by birth, you're deportable.

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    4. I was just about to type that I haven't heard of any such story. I know they will charge you a humungous fine if you are caught flouting quarantine. I haven't heard of anybody being deported over the past two years, just some crazy out of this world eye-watering fines.

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    5. Some “records” are actually not revealed to the public, it could be months before it ever gets reported. Doubting Thomases everywhere 🙄

      Karen

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    6. Karen, those in the system are explaining how things operate and you are still talking about doubting thomases 😏

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  15. Wow! This is painful o! After they have probably sold or given out what they had in Nigeria, not to talk of the money they have spent and the jobs they've resigned from. Ha!

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  16. They carried their Naija behavior enter Canada. I don't pity them

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  17. Ah! I know this people o!!! Make I enter area sharp sharp I dey come back with info.

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    1. Please dont stay long. Would be very surprised if this info is true.

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  18. The money spent , time , energy only to get there and display such level of irresponsibility?! The shopping couldn’t wait or they couldn’t send someone ? They have possibly sold most of their stuff before traveling bcos they weren’t going to come back , resigned from jobs or closed business... then boom , one carelessness and they are back to square one

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  19. This is a high level of Stupidity just for two weeks and they screwed up, what’s with the rush to go Shopping when you are on quarantine, Now that there permanent residence has been revoked and also been deported... Christmas came early for them..Let then continue the shopping in Nigeria...They got served

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  20. Sad,l hope they do the right thing next time.

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  21. So the shopping couldn't wait or better still shop online and deliver to you.This is just irresponsible o,kai,it's not naija that you can be unruly and get away with it.

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  22. Ha!! If this story is really true,I feel for them,the money spent and all the wahala involved just to be deported back home!! They should have just complied,my people thought they were in Nigeria where everything goes

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  23. They wanted to play smart,but they were outsmarted

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  24. This is why street smart is different from being wise. Sometimes wisdom seems like foolishness but it pays in the long run. With wisdom you get all other attributes like patience. They would have been patient...

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  25. That'll just illustrates who we genuinely are as a people - irresponsively lawless.

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  26. This story has been confirmed to be false and fabricated

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  27. This story is false!!

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  28. I remember when my husband was visiting me from the US,I was living in Canada at the time and was about having my baby. They (Canadian authorities) almost didn't allow him in. They asked him to quarantine for 14 days and for those days, they called him about 4 different times. My husband is law abiding so he stayed home throughout the 14 days. I'm sure they would have been able to detect where he was receiving the calls from, if it's the address he told them he'd be staying. The Canadian government does not play with their laws. They can revoke your green card if you don't abide by the rules.

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    1. Canada does not us green card. PR card is used.

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  29. The Story of the Deported Nigerian Family

    The story of the Nigerian family that was purportedly deported due to quarantine regulation infraction may not be true. In all probability, it was fabricated somewhere in Ontario. My conclusion is the result of my investigation (as a concerned Nigerian and as a Canadian lawyer) which involved speaking with the deputy ambassador of the Nigerian High Commission, the president of a Nigerian organization in Toronto, and an examination of relevant Canadian laws. Here is the basis of my conclusion:

    1 . The Nigerian High Commission flatly denied being contacted over any Nigerian with such a deportation problem or being involved in trying to stop such deportation. It insists that its alleged involvement in the deportation saga was blatant falsehood.
    2 . No Nigerian organization in Toronto has publicly acknowledged being aware of the case.
    3 . The penalty for breaking quarantine rules is a civil fine, not imprisonment or deportation, and this penalty is equally applicable to every Canadian citizen, PR holder, student permit holder, work permit holder or visitor.
    4 . The process of deporting a PR holder ( like the alleged Nigerian family) is legally cumbersome and always takes years to conclude. A PR holder must, generally speaking, be convicted of an offence and serve the prison term, before the process of deportation will commence. And even when the process starts, he can appeal a lower court decision to deport him. The process takes years to conclude. Canada, like most Western nations, does not deport residents without due process of law. Such arbitrariness, as is described in the story of the Nigerian family going the rounds, is the hallmark of Third World countries' broken systems.

    So, while I urge us to strictly comply with all Covid-19 protocols, including quarantine regulations (where applicable), I advise that we discountenance the story in question.

    Thank you.

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  30. The story is a ruse. It is not just untrue, it is also not a criminal case that will necessitate deportation. Whether you are a permanent resident of only one day or one year, the consequence and actions are expected to be the same outcome. The consequence is a ridiculous fine that you will pay through your nose.
    Conclusion: the story is untrue and false.

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  31. Wonderful news! When you flout rules then consequences should follow

    I keep saying this, the problem with Nigeria is not the Leaders it is Nigerians themselves, and maybe a few Nigerians who become leaders..

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