Stranded Nigerians in India seek Buhari's help to relocate to Nigeria | Vanguard News

18 Nigerians, who introduced themselves as indigenes of Anambra state,  spoke predominantly in Ibo language seek the help of the Federal government as well as well-meaning Nigerians to return home after failure to find greener pastures abroad.

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A man who claimed to be the leader of the group pleaded to Nigerians on their behalf saying, “They came here to work but things did not turn out as expected, they have their families back in Nigeria, let us help them to go back home.”

Recall that Vanguard reported last week how about 30 stranded girls in Lebanon pleaded with the federal government to help them return home.

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