Despite the federal government’s approval of $1.2 million for evacuation of stranded Nigerians in Sudan, the Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre, CISLAC, has accused the Nigerian government of a ‘fake’ evacuation plan.
CISLAC’s Executive Director, Auwal Rafsanjani, on Saturday expressed displeasure at the plight of the students who are desperate to get to their families.
According to Rafsanjani, some students paid some money to the bus drivers conveying Nigerians out of troubled Sudan.
He alleged that the federal government has remained unperturbed as it failed to explain the situation.
“We are worried that students are contributing the little they have to pay for their transportation to neighbouring countries which is very risky and dangerous because the government has made fake promises to provide transportation to evacuate them”, the statement partly reads.
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