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[Video] Xenophobia: How Abike Dabiri welcomed more Nigerians from South Africa

The second batch of 314 Nigerians that returned from South Africa on Wednesday evening touched down the airport in Lagos with a lot of gratitude and tears of joy.

The returnees arrived on an Air Peace flight at the MMI Airport at about 7:21 pm and were received by the Chairman/CEO, Nigerians in Diaspora Commission, Hon Abike Dabiri-Erewa.

The returnees had to be airlifted back to Nigeria following Xenophobic attacks in the South Africa early in September.

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