200 Nigerians to leave South Africa on Thursday

200 Nigerians stranded in South Africa will be evacuated on Thursday, June 25th.

Those booked to fly back to the country have already made payment.

They paid $840 for economy class and $1350 for business class, a source said.

The evacuation is expected to be carried out by Air Peace.

Upon arrival in Nigeria, they will be required to undergo clearance at the airports, while their passports are withheld by the immigration authorities, pending the outcome of the second testing.

Those who test positive will be taken in for treatment and those whose tests return negative will still have to self-isolate for 14 days before they are signed off and allowed to take their passports and go home.

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