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Israel issues 90 days quit notices to Nigerian and African migrants, says jail term awaits those who remain

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The government of Israeli has issued a notice for thousands of African migrants to leave the country or face imprisonment, the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) has reported, adding that the country said the migrants would be given up to $3,500 for leaving within the next 90 days.

The report said the order however exempts children, elderly people, and victims of slavery and human trafficking.

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The report said the migrants would have the option of going to their home country or third countries, but that if they refused to leave, the Israeli authorities would have them thrown in jail starting from April 2018.

The Israeli government said the return of the migrants would be humane and voluntary even though the UN refugee agency said the plan violated international and Israeli laws.

It was learnt that a spokesperson for Israel’s Population and Immigration Authority revealed that the country currently has 38,000 migrants believed to have entered illegally and out of this number, 1,420 are being held in detention facilities.

The report said many of the migrants, especially from Eritrea and Sudan, say they are in the country to seek asylum after fleeing persecution and conflict, but Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu believes that if unchecked, the influx of African migrants could threaten Israel’s Jewish character. earlier reported how another set of 257 Nigerians returned from Libya and arrived Lagos on Thursday, December 28, just less than 24 hours after a batch of 157 citizens returned to the county on Wednesday, December 27.

The report said that the 257 Nigerians landed at about 6.05 pm at the cargo Wing of Muritala International Airport MMIA, Ikeja, Lagos aboard the Afriqiyah Airbus A330-300 with registration number 5A-OMR.

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Post admin’s comment: I won’t blame the innocent citizens of the great country called Nigeria, i blame the Government. Nigerians are only looking for a means to survive. If you are opportune to see a Nigerian at your country, it can only mean that they believe you or your country people can be of a great help to them. The different between over there and over here is that the government there takes good care of their citizens, the power is in the citizen’s hand while over here they  treat citizens like trash and also if you are not opportune to be in politics you have no power. Nigerians are not Fraudsters, Scammers, Cheaters and so many other names been given to them via the internet but rather they are humans like you, trying to look for a means of survival and most of all a true Nigerian always works hard in order to make his/her parents proud even at the expense of their lives. You can also be of help to those that have gone astray by teaching them the truth as you are been led by your spirit. So if you are opportune to meet any, i just don’t want you to have that mindset towards us we so much love the world outside.  (I just wanted to make common sense).


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