We’ve Repatriates 105 Stranded Nigerians From Njamena — NCFRMI Kano Coordinator

Written by Pyramid FM Kano

By: Nasiru Muhammad Waziri

The National commission for Refugees, Migrants and internally Displaced Persons (NCFRMI) says it has Repatriated 105 stranded Nigerians from Njamena, republic of Chad.

The state coordinator Kano office of the commission Hajiya Lubah Liman disclosed this in an interview with with Radio Nigeria Pyramid FM Kano.

Mrs Lubah while recieving the 105 Repatriated Nigerians on behalf of the federal commissioner of the commission Hajiya Imaan Suleiman Ibrahim, says the development is an efforts in preserving as well as reviving the dignity of it’s citizens.

She explain that the returnees was received at the Malam Aminu Kano International airport, Kano.

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The coordinator added that the projects succeeded because of team work spirit of the parties involved, including international organization of Migration (I.M.O) under Small masure projects with the aids of sister Agencies like; National commission for refugees, migrants, and internally displays person (NCFRMI), National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), National Agency for Prohibition of Traffic in Person (NAPTIP), Kano state Emergency Management Agency (SEMA), and Nigerian immigration service (NIS).

She urged Nigerian citizens to avoid irrigular migration in searching for greener pastures.

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