South Africa, Xenophobia

South Africa, Xenophobia

Xenophobia: 187 Nigerians arrive Lagos from South Africa

12.9.2019

[BREAKING] Xenophobia : 187 Nigerians arrive Lagos from South Africa

The evacuees, who departed OR Tambo International Airport, Johannesburg, around 4p.m aboard an Air Peace Boeing 777 aircraft, touched down at 9:34pm on Wednesday.

The returnees comprising men, women and children were the first batch of the 640 Nigerians who registered for evacuation following the xenophobic attacks in South Africa.

According to him, the flight, which was scheduled for 10a.m. was delayed by the slow check-in process and immigration clearance.

“Out of the 313 confirmed for the first batch,only 84 were cleared so far,” he said at 9:35a.m. before the flight took off around 4p.m.

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[BREAKING] Xenophobia: 187 Nigerians arrive Lagos from South Africa

187 Nigerians Return from South Africa - THISDAYLIVEThe first batch of 187 Nigerians in South Africa returned to Nigeria after the xenophobic attacks Wednesday night. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the returnees were aided by the Federal Government with the assistance of a Nigerian carrier, Air Peace. The B777 aircraft, with registration number 5N-BWI, which departed Thambo International Airport, …

[BREAKING] Xenophobia: 187 Nigerians arrive Lagos from South Africa

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UPDATED: Air Peace aircraft conveying Nigerians from S/Africa arrives in LagosOver 187 Nigerians trapped by xenophobic attacks in South Africa arrived the Lagos Airport on Wednesday with tales of regret, lamentation ....

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