Sudan Crisis: First Batch Of Evacuees To Arrive Nigeria Today — FG

The Federal Government through the Nigerian in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM) says the first batch of Nigerian students evacuated from Sudan will arrive Abuja in hours.

The Chairman of the Commission, Abike Dabiri -Erewa stated this on Tuesday.

According to her, the Embassy in Egypt has successfully moved evacuees from the Sudanese side to the Egyptian side of the Arqeel Border.

She added that the team at Abusimbel will be evacuating the Wadi Halfa group on Wednesday morning and those at the Port Sudan border, which is the third group, will be evacuated last because they just arrived the border on Tuesday.

The Commission further stated that the students were being prepared for their departure to Abuja through the Aswan Airport.

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