Photos of Immigrants Who Were Left stranded at Calabar Sea Port

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at 4-01-2016 02:42PM (4 years ago)

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Pictured are immigrants of a ship (Emelia Caneiro) who were left stranded at Calabar, Cross Rivers state. They were assessed by officials of the National Emergency Management Agency , NEMA and State Emergency Management Agency, SEMA on Wednesday, Dec


gogoman at 4-01-2016 02:50PM (4 years ago)
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Immigrates from where to where?
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DAMILARE100 at 4-01-2016 02:52PM (4 years ago)
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Don't assemble where they are, they might be BH
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BLACKY77 at 4-01-2016 02:59PM (4 years ago)
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IS IT OFFICIAL? ITS INSANE TO JUST DUMP PEOPLE IN ANOTHER COUNTRY.
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bennieben at 4-01-2016 03:01PM (4 years ago)
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This is absolutely rubbish.
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eric2000 at 4-01-2016 03:16PM (4 years ago)
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Quote from: KAMAL BANKOLE on  4-01-2016 02:59PM
IS IT OFFICIAL? ITS INSANE TO JUST DUMP PEOPLE IN ANOTHER COUNTRY.
Nigerians do it all the time..now when other countries do it its insane
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kp45 at 4-01-2016 04:07PM (4 years ago)
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Where are they coming from?
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Novic at 4-01-2016 04:21PM (4 years ago)
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Hmmmmmmm..... Perhaps frm sambisa forest.
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osarobo62 at 4-01-2016 04:38PM (4 years ago)
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Calabar - The Federal Government has cautioned Gabon and other Ecowas member states not to dump deportees from their countries in Nigeria.

The Minister of Interior, Lieutenant General Abdulrahman Dambazzau, gave the warning on Thursday in Calabar during the evacuation of 617 people, including women and children deported from Gabon to Calabar.

He warned that the federal government would impound any vessel used in dumping deportees in Nigerian seaports.

the affected people were dumped at Calabar port since Dec. 26, 2015.
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deboalabi262 at 4-01-2016 06:00PM (4 years ago)
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Why dumping illegal migrants in Naija?

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moralemike07 at 4-01-2016 07:36PM (4 years ago)
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Where were they going, and where were they coming from. Make una no import sickness come our country.
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zezprincess at 4-01-2016 07:39PM (4 years ago)
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Hmmm,my hand no deoooo,from where una carry them come here? Search them,unless una wan hear another bomb explosion for calabar.
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henryco at 4-01-2016 08:11PM (4 years ago)
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MAYBE   THEM  BE  NAIJA  PPL  WA   GO   GABON,,,         MOST  COUNTRY  DEY  USE  NAIJA   PPL  DEY  LEARN  HOW  TO  DEPORT,,,
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DAMILARE100 at 4-01-2016 08:12PM (4 years ago)
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Where exactly are they coming from?
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Wazubia at 4-01-2016 09:40PM (4 years ago)
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Poster clearify this issue. Who are them, from where them come from, and the're human goverment should help them.
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AmazingMarie at 4-01-2016 10:00PM (4 years ago)
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what a sad experience
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osarobo62 at 4-01-2016 10:05PM (4 years ago)
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they are Nigerians living illegally in Gabon. they were deported from there to Nigeria and dumped in Calabar.
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okatee at 4-01-2016 10:32PM (4 years ago)
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HABA, MAK DEM CHECK DIS GUYZ WELLA OO, MAK DEM KNOW WHERE DEM CUM FROM OO.
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DAMILARE100 at 7-01-2016 08:54AM (4 years ago)
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Yeye de smell
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Mopera at 10-01-2016 08:36PM (4 years ago)
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The Federal Government
has cautioned Gabon and other
Ecowas member states not to
dump deportees from their
countries in Nigeria. The Minister of Interior, Lieutenant
General Abdulrahman
Dambazzau, gave the warning on
Thursday in Calabar during the
evacuation of 617 people, including
women and children deported from Gabon to Calabar. He warned that the federal
government would impound any
vessel used in dumping deportees
in Nigerian seaports.
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