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Two Sri Lankans arrested in Nigeria with fake passports

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Two Sri-Lankans have been arrested at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Abuja,Nigeria with forged Malaysian passports.

The International media reported that officials of the Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission in Nigeria had arrested the suspects on Sunday.

According to the reports, that it was the second time in 2020 that Sri-Lankans were arrested for the same offence at the airport.

The two suspects were with the Malaysian passports and equally holding one-way tickets to London Heathrow, it was reported.

It was however, reported that the suspects connived with some officials of the Nigeria Immigration Service at the airport to travel out of the country with invalid documents.

The source gave the name of one of the alleged immigration officers arrested alongside the suspects as Babatunde Ahmed.

It was gathered that all suspects were still in detention of ICPC and were making confessional statements.

  Comments - 2

  • TONY Tuesday, 03 March 2020 12:52 PM


    Punchi Banda Wednesday, 04 March 2020 06:28 AM

    Sri Lanka is a fake country beggar uncivilised primitive backward beggar country with primitive people who engage in genocide and other uncivilised actions. This fake country will one day disappear

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