EVACUATION PLAN FOR DISTRESSED NIGERIANS IN SOUTH AFRICA

EVACUATION PLAN FOR DISTRESSED NIGERIANS IN SOUTH AFRICA

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has conveyed the generosity of a patriotic Nigerian airline operator and philanthropist Chief Allen Onyema to evacuate distressed Nigerians in South Africa who wish to return to Nigeria.

The evacuation is already scheduled for Saturday 7th September 2019 barring unforeseen circumstances

The Consulate General and the High Commission hereby welcome immediate registration of interested Nigerians either at the missions or with leaders of the following Nigerian organizations to be coordinated by NICASA President, Prince Ben Okoli.

NICASA-Prince Ben Okoli – (President) – 074 801 6289
Igwe Mpumalanga – Igwe Obinna – 074 801 6289
NICASA – Kwazulu Natal – 073 988 2914
Jonas Udeji (Onowu Igbo ) – 083 729 9974
CANSAF – Archbishop Benson Uhwa – 084 733 0718
Ohaneze Ndigbo (PRO) – 083 421 0891
Nigerian Doctors Forum – Dr.Emeka Ugwa – 072 753 4901
Nigerian Women Association – Mrs. Ify Ezeano – 073 922 0555

Interested Nigerians are to provide the following information
i Full Names
ii Village/LGA/State of Origin
iii Contact Address in Nigeria
iii Next of Kin
iv Contact Telephone Number
v Copy of Passport or any ID if any,
vi Two (2) Passport photographs
vii Individuals without any form identification are also welcome.

May it be emphasized that this exercise is entirely free. There is no payment whatsoever either for the flight or travel document to be issued to those without valid passports.

Interested Nigerians who would have registered latest by Friday evening 6th September should hold themselves ready to travel by Saturday 7th September 2019.

This gesture should be viewed in the light of the security challenges which our nationals face in the country and Federal government’s commitment to the wellbeing of Nigerians wherever they may be.

 

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