LIS Deports Four Nigerians For Their Alleged Link To Armed Robbery
The Liberia Immigration Service (LIS) has announced the deportation of four Nigerians for their alleged involvement in armed robbery in Liberia.
Speaking on a local radio station, the Director for Public Affairs at the LIS, Abraham Dorley said by the instruction of the Attorney General of the Republic of Liberia, Justice Minister, Cllr. Frank Musa Deam, their deportation is a result of their involvement in an act that is not healthy for the country.
Mr. Dorley said the four have since been sent back to their home country, Nigeria as of 1300 hours today. He said the four were escorted by an officer of the LIS.