11 June 2012

Angola: Migration Expels Out 38 Congolese Citizens

Mbanza-Kongo — The Migration and Foreigner Services (SME) expelled out in the last seven days at least 38 citizens from DR Congo (DRC) in the northern Zaire province, for their illegal stay in the national territory.

A press note from SME tha reached Angop on Saturday clarifies that the repatriation of these citizens in illegal migration situation happened in the districts of Mbanza Kongo, Soyo, Kuimba and Nóqui.

In the framework of the inspection actions, the document reads that SME interpellated in various localities of Zaire province 26 citizens from different nationalities with emphasis on DRC, Sierra Leon, India and Portugal.

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