No fewer than 145 Nigerians stranded in Sudan amid the coronavirus pandemic have returned house, International Affairs Minister, Geoffrey Onyeama, has mentioned.
He added that the evacuees arrived on the Nnamdi Azikwe Worldwide Airport, Abuja and would instantly observe 14-day isolation in line with the protocols of the Presidential Activity Pressure on COVID-19 and the Nigeria Centre for Illness Management.
“Air Sudan conveying 145 Nigerians departed Khartoum, Sudan at 9.00 am and arrives Nnamdi Azikiwe Worldwide Airport, Abuja at 12.45 pm in the present day, Friday, 26, June 2020,” he introduced through Twitter.
Additionally, the Nigerians in Diaspora Fee mentioned no fewer than 18 Nigerians stranded in Europe departed Paris on Friday morning.
It mentioned the evacuees are headed to the Murtala Muhammed Worldwide Airport, Lagos and can be subjected to the required repatriation protocols.
“About 18 Stranded Nigerians in some European nations simply departed Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris, eight am, to the Murtala Muhammed Int’l Airport Lagos in a repatriation train coordinated by the Nigerian Mission in France monitored by NiDCOM,” it tweeted.