Nigerian Students who were illegally transferred by Croatian Police to Bosnia-Herzegovina finaly arrived Home


After the implementation of measures and actions under its jurisdiction, the Service for Foreigners Affairs of Bosnia-Herzegovina has deported two persons of  E. K. C. and A. U. A. initials, who are Nigerian nationals.

These persons were legally residing in Croatia and illegally entered the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina from the Republic of Croatia.

In this regard, the Service for Foreigners Affairs took the necessary measures and actions and imposed a measure of expulsion and surveillance on them at the Immigration Center.

As Nigerians during the proceedings expressed their wish to return to their country of origin, the Foreigners Service contacted the competent Embassy of Nigeria in Budapest, which expressed its willingness to finance the return of its nationals to their home country.

Appreciating the best interests of the aforementioned persons, the process of their deportation was carried out and they, independently and voluntarily, with the support of the representatives of the competent Embassy of Nigeria, were on Friday removed from Bosnia and Herzegovina by flight via Istanbul to Nigeria, Klix.ba news portal reports.

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