Nigeria to deport Jamaican, four Cameroonians

The Nigerian Army says it plans to hand over six foreigners who were arrested in the course of its anti-terrorism war to the Nigeria Immigration Service, for deportation.

The foreigners include four Cameroonians and one Jamaican.

Brigadier General Victor Ezugwu, the General Officer Commanding (GOC) 7 division of the Nigerian Army, stated this while speaking with journalists in Maiduguri on Sunday.

Mr. Ezugwu said that the foreigners were among suspects arrested at various raids in Boko Haram terrorists camps, but were cleared of affiliation with the group.

He said that the suspects had been found to have entered the country illegally.

“We handed over 348 cleared detainees to the Borno State Government on Saturday

” Some other suspects were not released because they had committed crimes that are civil in nature, as such, will be handed over to relevant security agencies for further action.

“Among this category are six foreigners who illegally entered Nigeria.

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