298 Nigerians leave the United Arab Emirates and another 17 arrive in Abuja from Senegal – Channels Television

Archive: The Emirates Airlines plane carrying 300 Nigerians evacuated from Dubai, United Arab Emirates, arrives at Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, on June 19, 2020.

Two hundred and ninety-eight Nigerians left the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for the country, with another 17 arriving in Abuja from Senegal on Sunday.

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This is according to a series of tweets on Monday by Foreign Minister Geoffrey Onyeama.

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According to Onyeama, Nigerians will arrive at Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Ikeja, Lagos via an Emirates airline.

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The Minister explained that, upon arriving from the United Arab Emirates, they will undergo the mandatory 14-day isolation, as prescribed by the Presidential Task Force (PTF) in COVID-19.

In the 17 Nigerians who were evacuated from Senegal, the minister explained that they were received in Abuja, the country's capital on Sunday.

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