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The Chairman of Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NiDCOM), Abike DabiriErewa, confirmed this while responding to a tweep on Twitter.
According to her, the first set of buses conveying the citizens arrived late in Aswan when they already closed the border but they are expected to leave early in the morning and proceed thereafter to the Airport.
The first set has arrived at the Aswan border in Egypt but the border is already closed.
They will leave early morning and then proceed to the airport,DabiriErewa noted.
Naija News understands that the NiDCOM boss revealed this while replying to one owolabitaiwo who said on the microblogging platform that there shouldnt have been any problem after such bogus money was used for this emergency evacuation.
We cant spend 1.2mln on buses for a simple drivethrough and have cases of abandonment anywhere.
Its not headoff ooooh,the citizen said.
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