picture of Raymond Dokpesi AT kUJI Prison

Three million Nigerians living illegally in UK, says Senate

No fewer than three million Nigerians are living illegally in the United
Kingdom (UK), the Senate said yesterday through its Committee on
Foreign Affairs.

Committee Chairman Alhaja Monsurat Sunmonu made the statement after a
meeting with officials of the Nigeria Immigration Service at the upper
chamber of the National Assembly.

She said an Assistant Deputy Comptroller–General, Investigations,
Intelligence and Enforcement of the NIS,   Mr. T. A   Hundeyin, also
confirmed that the 48 Nigerians recently deported from the UK committed
various types of crimes and had served prison terms.

Her words: “The deputy comptroller just confirmed to us that it is not
true that 29, 000 Nigerians are being deported from the United Kingdom
or that the UK government intends to deport 29, 000 Nigerians.

“He (however) said that only 48 Nigerians  were deported and he had
shown us their names and records that actually confirmed that they had
all served their prison sentences so that is why they are being
deported.”

She said further:  ”About three million Nigerians are illegally living
in the United Kingdom and that if three million Nigerians are living
there illegally and they are only removing just 48 people confirmed to
have committed crime and jailed, then the situation is not too bad.”

“We will not relent in our efforts on checking and doing our oversight
functions. If it requires for us to go there and visit them, and to ask
questions, we won’t mind to go there and to give Nigerians and to give
them the history and the records of what we find out.”

The Nation – See more at: http://www.lailasblog.com/2015/12/three-million-nigerians-are-living.html#sthash.tYwiKeGm.dpuf

Three million Nigerians living illegally in UK, says Senate

No fewer than three million Nigerians are living illegally in the United
Kingdom (UK), the Senate said yesterday through its Committee on
Foreign Affairs.

Committee Chairman Alhaja Monsurat Sunmonu made the statement after a
meeting with officials of the Nigeria Immigration Service at the upper
chamber of the National Assembly.

She said an Assistant Deputy Comptroller–General, Investigations,
Intelligence and Enforcement of the NIS,   Mr. T. A   Hundeyin, also
confirmed that the 48 Nigerians recently deported from the UK committed
various types of crimes and had served prison terms.

Her words: “The deputy comptroller just confirmed to us that it is not
true that 29, 000 Nigerians are being deported from the United Kingdom
or that the UK government intends to deport 29, 000 Nigerians.

“He (however) said that only 48 Nigerians  were deported and he had
shown us their names and records that actually confirmed that they had
all served their prison sentences so that is why they are being
deported.”

She said further:  ”About three million Nigerians are illegally living
in the United Kingdom and that if three million Nigerians are living
there illegally and they are only removing just 48 people confirmed to
have committed crime and jailed, then the situation is not too bad.”

“We will not relent in our efforts on checking and doing our oversight
functions. If it requires for us to go there and visit them, and to ask
questions, we won’t mind to go there and to give Nigerians and to give
them the history and the records of what we find out.”

The Nation – See more at: http://www.lailasblog.com/2015/12/three-million-nigerians-are-living.html#sthash.tYwiKeGm.dpuf

Three million Nigerians living illegally in UK, says Senate

No fewer than three million Nigerians are living illegally in the United
Kingdom (UK), the Senate said yesterday through its Committee on
Foreign Affairs.

Committee Chairman Alhaja Monsurat Sunmonu made the statement after a
meeting with officials of the Nigeria Immigration Service at the upper
chamber of the National Assembly.

She said an Assistant Deputy Comptroller–General, Investigations,
Intelligence and Enforcement of the NIS,   Mr. T. A   Hundeyin, also
confirmed that the 48 Nigerians recently deported from the UK committed
various types of crimes and had served prison terms.

Her words: “The deputy comptroller just confirmed to us that it is not
true that 29, 000 Nigerians are being deported from the United Kingdom
or that the UK government intends to deport 29, 000 Nigerians.

“He (however) said that only 48 Nigerians  were deported and he had
shown us their names and records that actually confirmed that they had
all served their prison sentences so that is why they are being
deported.”

She said further:  ”About three million Nigerians are illegally living
in the United Kingdom and that if three million Nigerians are living
there illegally and they are only removing just 48 people confirmed to
have committed crime and jailed, then the situation is not too bad.”

“We will not relent in our efforts on checking and doing our oversight
functions. If it requires for us to go there and visit them, and to ask
questions, we won’t mind to go there and to give Nigerians and to give
them the history and the records of what we find out.”

The Nation – See more at: http://www.lailasblog.com/2015/12/three-million-nigerians-are-living.html#sthash.tYwiKeGm.dpuf

No fewer than three million Nigerians are living illegally in the United
Kingdom (UK), the Senate said yesterday through its Committee on
Foreign Affairs.Committee Chairman Alhaja Monsurat Sunmonu made the statement after a
meeting with officials of the Nigeria Immigration Service at the upper
chamber of the National Assembly.

She said an Assistant Deputy Comptroller–General, Investigations,
Intelligence and Enforcement of the NIS,   Mr. T. A   Hundeyin, also
confirmed that the 48 Nigerians recently deported from the UK committed
various types of crimes and had served prison terms.

Her words: “The deputy comptroller just confirmed to us that it is not
true that 29, 000 Nigerians are being deported from the United Kingdom
or that the UK government intends to deport 29, 000 Nigerians.

“He (however) said that only 48 Nigerians  were deported and he had
shown us their names and records that actually confirmed that they had
all served their prison sentences so that is why they are being
deported.”

She said further:  ”About three million Nigerians are illegally living
in the United Kingdom and that if three million Nigerians are living
there illegally and they are only removing just 48 people confirmed to
have committed crime and jailed, then the situation is not too bad.”

“We will not relent in our efforts on checking and doing our oversight
functions. If it requires for us to go there and visit them, and to ask
questions, we won’t mind to go there and to give Nigerians and to give
them the history and the records of what we find out.”

The Nation – See more at: http://www.lailasblog.com/2015/12/three-million-nigerians-are-living.html#sthash.tYwiKeGm.dpuf

No fewer than three million Nigerians are living illegally in the United
Kingdom (UK), the Senate said yesterday through its Committee on
Foreign Affairs.Committee Chairman Alhaja Monsurat Sunmonu made the statement after a
meeting with officials of the Nigeria Immigration Service at the upper
chamber of the National Assembly.

She said an Assistant Deputy Comptroller–General, Investigations,
Intelligence and Enforcement of the NIS,   Mr. T. A   Hundeyin, also
confirmed that the 48 Nigerians recently deported from the UK committed
various types of crimes and had served prison terms.

Her words: “The deputy comptroller just confirmed to us that it is not
true that 29, 000 Nigerians are being deported from the United Kingdom
or that the UK government intends to deport 29, 000 Nigerians.

“He (however) said that only 48 Nigerians  were deported and he had
shown us their names and records that actually confirmed that they had
all served their prison sentences so that is why they are being
deported.”

She said further:  ”About three million Nigerians are illegally living
in the United Kingdom and that if three million Nigerians are living
there illegally and they are only removing just 48 people confirmed to
have committed crime and jailed, then the situation is not too bad.”

“We will not relent in our efforts on checking and doing our oversight
functions. If it requires for us to go there and visit them, and to ask
questions, we won’t mind to go there and to give Nigerians and to give
them the history and the records of what we find out.”

The Nation – See more at: http://www.lailasblog.com/2015/12/three-million-nigerians-are-living.html#sthash.tYwiKeGm.dpuf

 

 

hairman of DAAR communications Raymond Dokpesi was arrested last week. He was granted a bail of N400m earlier this week.

He has been granted bail and is back home with his family but this is a picture of him in a vip cell in Kuje prison.

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