More Nigerians have been deported from various countries for different reasons.
On Thursday, 43 of them, all males, deported from Germany, Belgium and Italy arrived Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Lagos, aboard a chartered flight.
Director General of the National Emergency Management Agency, Mohammed Sidi, explained that 33 of them were deported from Italy, seven from Germany and three from Belgium.
Also, other 517 Nigerians were deported from Cameroon.
313 of the 517 Nigerians who fled to Cameroon following Boko Haram attacks in Borno and Adamawa states are seeking political asylum
In the past weeks, hundreds of Nigerians had been deported from Libya and the UK, while Germany says it will deport more than 10,000 next year.