- Germany authorities has reportedly deported an ISIS suspect to Nigeria.
- The suspect was among the 50 Nigerians deported from 8 European countries on April 6
- The unidentified man was one of the two individuals detained in February in Goettingen
The German authorities has deported an unidentified 22-year-old man who is an alleged member of Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), an Islamic extremist group.
NAIJ.com gathered that the man who is believed to be a dangerous terrorist was among the fifty Nigerians deported from 8 European countries on Thursday, April 6.
According to a report by German news agency, DPA, the suspected terrorist is of Nigerian descent but was born in Germany which makes him a citizen of Germany.
NAIJ.com recalls that the suspect, along with his partner, an Algerian man were both arrested in the city of Goettingen, Germany, in February, while perfecting plans to attack parts of the European country.
When the two men were arrested on that night, the police reportedly said two weapons, at least one of them a firearm, that had been altered to fire live ammunition was found on them.
Also found on them were ammunition, flags of the Islamic State group and a machete.
The suspect who was deported to Nigeria has been banned from entering Germany for the rest of his life.
Meanwhile, apart from the ISIS suspects, about 49 other Nigerians were deported from various European countries on April 6.
The deportees were deported from: Switzerland, Germany, Sweden, Luxembourg, Austria, Belgium, Spain and Hungary.
The deportees, comprising of 48 males and two females, were brought back in a chartered Privileged Time aircraft, with registration number EC-L20.
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