The Nigerian Government has given a clause to her citizens in Thailand before they could be evacuated.
Intending evacuees in the country have been asked to N297,000 for their accommodation and feeding when they get to Nigeria or they would not be evacuated to the country.
In a document by the Nigerian embassy in the country seen by odunews.com , those who failed to pay would not be allowed to board the flight back home.
“All evacuees going to Nigeria henceforth are to pay for their quarantine, isolation, accommodation centre or hotels before departure and arrival in Nigeria.
“In this regard, all prospective evacuees are to note the negotiated rate below.
“Accommodation N15,000 x 6 days = N240,000; feeding 3600 x 16 days = N57,600; total 18,600 x 16 days = 297,600.
“Kindly be informed that these rates were negotiated in Nigeria and the embassy has been instructed not to airlift any evacuee who fails to pay the above fee,” a document signed by Nicholas Uhomoibhi, head of chancery, Embassy of Nigeria in Thailand, read.
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