By Temitope Hassan
The Nigerian government has deported at least 70 foreign nationals for various infractions in the last two years.
This was disclosed by Minister of Interior, Rauf Aregbesola at the 64th session of the State House Ministerial briefing organised by the Presidential Communications Team, in Aso Rock Villa, Abuja.
“In the last two years, the Minister issued a total of 70 deportation orders for the deportation of different nationals from Nigeria due to one infraction or the other,” Aregbesola said.
According to him, “the majority of those deported were from the Democratic Republic of Korea, Egypt, Sri Lanka and a host of others.”
The Minister said plans had been concluded to establish an Institute of Domestic Security to fortify the internal security of the nation.
This report is developing, more details will be shared on the Intel Region WhatsApp group as soon as possible.