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Saudi Arabia Government Deports 198 Nigerians

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Saudi Arabia Government Deports 198 Nigerians

Bankole Abe

The Government Of Saudi Arabia has deported 198 Nigerians On Saturday, July 22, 2017, they were sent packing from The Arab country for living illegally in Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Arabia has also given a 90-days ultimatum to all illegal immigrants to leave the country or face the consequence which might be sanction like fines, jail terms, and deportation.

 

The initial ultimatum expired on June 25 and another one was given that extended y the first one by 30 more days and according to reports, more than a thousand Nigerians are expected to return under the offer.
The present returnees were sponsored home by the Federal Government.

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Saudi Arabia Government Deports 198 Nigerians

Bankole Abe

The Government Of Saudi Arabia has deported 198 Nigerians On Saturday, July 22, 2017, they were sent packing from The Arab country for living illegally in Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Arabia has also given a 90-days ultimatum to all illegal immigrants to leave the country or face the consequence which might be sanction like fines, jail terms, and deportation.

 

The initial ultimatum expired on June 25 and another one was given that extended y the first one by 30 more days and according to reports, more than a thousand Nigerians are expected to return under the offer.
The present returnees were sponsored home by the Federal Government.

Saudi Arabia Government Deports 198 Nigerians

Bankole Abe

The Government Of Saudi Arabia has deported 198 Nigerians On Saturday, July 22, 2017, they were sent packing from The Arab country for living illegally in Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Arabia has also given a 90-days ultimatum to all illegal immigrants to leave the country or face the consequence which might be sanction like fines, jail terms, and deportation.

 

The initial ultimatum expired on June 25 and another one was given that extended y the first one by 30 more days and according to reports, more than a thousand Nigerians are expected to return under the offer.
The present returnees were sponsored home by the Federal Government.

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