Remaining Nigerian Soccer Fans to Return From Russia
155 out of 230 soccer fans returned home after the government paid for their flights, while the remaining 75 disappeared in Russia. The Nigerian Embassy in Moscow has asked them to report to them on Monday July 30, 2018 to register.
Vanguard, 29 July 2018
The Federal Government has assured that it would soon commence the last evacuation of Nigerian football fans stranded in Russia after 2018 World Cup Tournament. Read more »
Nigerian fans in Kaliningrad, Russia, ahead of the Super Eagles' clash against Croatia.
Daily Trust, 29 July 2018
The federal government has announced that it will carry out the last evacuation of Nigerian football fans stranded in Russia after the 2018 FIFA World Cup tournament to Nigeria. Read more »
155 of the 230 Nigerian soccer fans stranded in Russia after the World Cup, returned home after the Nigerian government paid for their flights. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs says ... Read more »
Some Nigerians had gone to Russia in the hope of securing work or even professional football contracts. Others were stranded following the activities of unscrupulous travel agents ... Read more »
Having gone to Russia to support the Super Eagles or hunt for lucrative jobs, at least 200 Nigerians have no good stories to share as they're now stranded in Moscow with no money ... Read more »