Olaf Scholz, the German Chancellor made sense of yesterday that no less than 14,000 Nigerians living in Germany risk extradition. Scholz expressed this during a gathering with President Bola Tinubu in Abuja on Tuesday, where he credited it to the spike in the quantity of Nigerians looking for shelter, with an extraordinary number of them without recognizable proof cards.

The German Chancellor noticed that roughly 12,500 Nigerians are in a state of resistance in Germany because of the Nigerian government’s hesitance to concede individuals without the fundamental character reports. Scholz said, “The ongoing spike in Nigerians recording starting haven claims in 2023 has ignited stresses. Almost 14,000 Nigerians may be ousted, and the extraordinary greater part of them don’t have the fundamental distinguishing proof cards. “We are ready to team up to improve movement,” the assertion expressed, adding that Germany would be glad to send back any Nigerian public who has acted well.

The President, Bola Tinubu underlined that his organization is prepared to permit individuals to return, particularly the people who are perceived as kinsmen and have acted well. “Nigeria is ready to invite them back “as long as they have acted well,” however provided that they stand to acquire something from it. Rather, we should stop giving the 640 million euros being developed financing. “In the event that somebody is a comrade and has ‘acted well,’ we will acknowledge them back. “We’re ready to team up to improve relocation,” he pronounced.