Nigerians who fled to Poland from Ukraine after the nation was invaded by Russians have returned to Nigeria, after the Federal government, secured their return to Nigeria.
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This wouldn’t have been possible with the combined effort of the Nigerian Ambassador to Poland, Rtd. Major General Christain Ugwu, and his teammates, who worked tirelessly to secure the safe return of those Nigerians.
According to an update by the Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM) on its Twitter handle. The passengers, numbering about 450 from Romania, landed at the private jet terminal of the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport by 7:10 am (WAT) via a Max Air flight this morning at about 7.10am.
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They are mostly students who fled Ukraine to Romania following Russia’s invasion of the Eastern European country.
They were received by government officials and are expected to undergo documentation after which they will head home and self-isolate in line with the COVID-19 protocols.