Seven Nigerian footballers stranded in Cairo —FG

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Following persistent deportation of Nigerians, Federal Government,  has warned youths against leaving the country to seek greener pastures abroad, saying seven Nigerian footballers are presently stranded in Cairo, Egypt.

Senior Special Assistant to the President on Diaspora, Mrs. Abike Dabiri-Erewa and the Special Adviser to Lagos State Governor on Oversees Affairs and Investment, Professor Ademola Abass, disclosed this yesterday, at a media conference in Alausa, Ikeja. Dabiri-Erewa  said:

“There are seven Nigerian footballers stranded in Cairo. They were lure to the country with the hopes that there is a lucrative deal waiting for them there. But on their arrival, there was no football deal for them.”

Meantime, the Lagos and the Federal Governments have concluded arrangement to help over 15 million Nigerians in diaspora trace their roots back home through the Badagry Diaspora Festival scheduled to hold between August 23 and 25, 2017.

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