Over 370 Nigerians in the US have been ordered to leave the US because of crime and other related offense such as fraud, drug crimes, sex and firearms offences.
According to source, the said individuals were found guilty of breaking immigration laws and other related crime in the US.
According to report from the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement, they said the 376 Nigerians who were served court orders to leave the U.S were mainly individuals residing in Texas, New Jersey, California, New York.
The decision is coming after the individuals were convicted of crime by the court.
According to the spokesperson of Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM) Abdul-Rahman Balogun, he said the commission won't do anything yet until the deportation has taken place as they await the US immigration to act according to the verdict given by the immigrate judge in the US.
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