COVID-19: Additional 15 Of Stranded Nigerian Girls In Lebanon Arrive

COVID-19: Additional 15 Of Stranded Nigerian Girls In Lebanon Arrive

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The Nigerians in Diaspora Commission,NIDCOM has confirmed the arrival of another 15 of the stranded Nigerian girls in Lebanon.

In a statement signed by NIDCOM Head,Media,Public Relations and Protocols Unit,Abdur-Rahman Balogun,the returnees were among the Lebanon girls in the viral video crying to federal government facilitate their return.

The evacuees arrived Murtala Mohammed International airport,Lagos on Saturday onboard Middle East Airline.

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The statement thanked the Lebanese Ambassador to Nigeria,Diab Housaam and Nigeria mission in lebanon for making the evacuation of the girls a reality.

Lebanon Evacuees at the Murtala International airport ,Lagos

According to the commission,the Evacuees will proceed on 14days self Isolation as mandated by the NCDC and the presidential task force on COVID-19.

Recalled some of the girls were also received at the Nnamdi Azikwe International airport in Abuja in August.

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