The Nigerians in Diaspora Commission has confirmed that there is no evacuation process in Afghanistan because there is no Nigerian in the Asian country.
NiDCOM spokesman, Abdul-Rahman Balogun, when contacted said: “We don’t have any Nigerian in Afghanistan. That’s why we are not carrying out evacuation from the country.”
Following the Taliban takeover in Afghanistan, United Kingdom has also evacuated 15, 000 people under the Operation Pitting Evacuation mission.
Germany’s Bundeswehr has reportedly managed to safely evacuate more than 5,100 people, including over 3,600 Afghans.
Others include The Netherlands, who have evacuated 1, 000 plus people; Denmark, 1,000; Belgium, 1,400; Sweden, 771; Norway, 374; Hungary, 540; Poland, 900; Lithuania, 50; Bulgaria, 29; Canada, 3,700: Australia, 4,000; New Zealand, 200; Turkey, 1,400, and Russia, 360.