Nigeria Immigration Services
Southern Cameroon: Humanitarian crisis brewing in Cross River
On arrival in the country, most of the fleeing Cameroonians, comprising women, children, young boys and girls looked disheveled, haggard and unkempt, after a stressful seven-hour journey, within which they covered over 300km.
100 migrants stranded after closure of Cameroon border
The Assistant Comptroller of Immigration at the Mfum border, Mr. Lawrence Asuquo, said “75 migrants of different nationalities are stranded at the Nigerian side of the border in different communities, while 20 Nigerians are at Ekokin end of Cameroon....