The federal government of Nigeria on Sunday declared 90 persons wanted for violating COVID-19 rules guiding travellers into the country.
Those declared wanted include 63 Nigerians and 27 foreigners, Naija News reports.
They were declared wanted in a statement on Sunday night by the Chairman of the Presidential Steering Committee (PSC) and Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Mr Boss Mustapha.
According to the statement, the travellers are from India, Brazil and Turkey and they now constitute dangers to public health.
The travellers violated the directive which mandated travellers from any of the countries, or who had visited any of them 14 days prior to arrival in Nigeria, to undergo a compulsory arrival quarantine and testing protocols.
Naija News has now obtained more details about those declared wanted including their names, passport number, country visited and their nationality.