Patience Ndukwu and her children waits for a relative they have contacted to come and pick them. 09/19/2019. KC Nwakalor for The New York Times.
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Nigeria SA xenophobia returnees Patience Ndukwu and her children waits for a relative they have contacted to come and pick them. 09/19/2019. KC Nwakalor for The New York Times. ×
Nigeria SA xenophobia returnees Patience Ndukwu and her children waits for a relative they have contacted to come and pick them. 09/19/2019. KC Nwakalor for The New York Times. ×
As part of the sim card registration process, returnees passport photographs are taken. 09/19/2019. KC Nwakalor for The New York Times.
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Nigeria SA xenophobia returnees As part of the sim card registration process, returnees passport photographs are taken. 09/19/2019. KC Nwakalor for The New York Times. ×
Nigeria SA xenophobia returnees As part of the sim card registration process, returnees passport photographs are taken. 09/19/2019. KC Nwakalor for The New York Times. ×
Returnees stand on a queue as their travel document is been verified before they are handed envelopes of money from government. 09/19/2019. KC Nwakalor for The New York Times.
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Nigeria SA xenophobia returnees Returnees stand on a queue as their travel document is been verified before they are handed envelopes of money from government. 09/19/2019. KC Nwakalor for The New York Times. ×
Nigeria SA xenophobia returnees Returnees stand on a queue as their travel document is been verified before they are handed envelopes of money from government. 09/19/2019. KC Nwakalor for The New York Times. ×
Returnees luggage are been taxied to the cargo terminal of Murtala Mohammed International airport, Lagos, Nigeria. 09/19/2019. KC Nwakalor for The New York Times.
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Nigeria SA xenophobia returnees Returnees luggage are been taxied to the cargo terminal of Murtala Mohammed International airport, Lagos, Nigeria. 09/19/2019. KC Nwakalor for The New York Times. ×
Nigeria SA xenophobia returnees Returnees luggage are been taxied to the cargo terminal of Murtala Mohammed International airport, Lagos, Nigeria. 09/19/2019. KC Nwakalor for The New York Times. ×
Patience Ndukwu, and her four children are being profiled by officials after which they are given free mobile phones (Tecno) and free sim cards. She moved to South Africa with her first daughter in 2007 following her husband who was already there and they
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Nigeria SA xenophobia returnees Patience Ndukwu, and her four children are being profiled by officials after which they are given free mobile phones (Tecno) and free sim cards. She moved to South Africa with her first daughter in 2007 following her husband who was already there and they subsequently had other three children in south Africa. 09/19/2019. KC Nwakalor for The New York Times. ×
Nigeria SA xenophobia returnees Patience Ndukwu, and her four children are being profiled by officials after which they are given free mobile phones (Tecno) and free sim cards. She moved to South Africa with her first daughter in 2007 following her husband who was already there and they subsequently had other three children in south Africa. 09/19/2019. KC Nwakalor for The New York Times. ×
Interior shot of the Hajj/ Cargo section of Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Lagos, Nigeria. 09/19/2019. KC Nwakalor for The New York Times.
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Nigeria SA xenophobia returnees Interior shot of the Hajj/ Cargo section of Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Lagos, Nigeria. 09/19/2019. KC Nwakalor for The New York Times. ×
Nigeria SA xenophobia returnees Interior shot of the Hajj/ Cargo section of Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Lagos, Nigeria. 09/19/2019. KC Nwakalor for The New York Times. ×
Socarvin Omuoha, 55, his right eye was damaged during one of the episodes of widespread xenophobic attacks in South Africa. He returned with his two teenage children, Jahmade, 18 and Jahlove, 17. 09/19/2019. KC Nwakalor for The New York Times.
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Nigeria SA xenophobia returnees Socarvin Omuoha, 55, his right eye was damaged during one of the episodes of widespread xenophobic attacks in South Africa. He returned with his two teenage children, Jahmade, 18 and Jahlove, 17. 09/19/2019. KC Nwakalor for The New York Times. ×
Nigeria SA xenophobia returnees Socarvin Omuoha, 55, his right eye was damaged during one of the episodes of widespread xenophobic attacks in South Africa. He returned with his two teenage children, Jahmade, 18 and Jahlove, 17. 09/19/2019. KC Nwakalor for The New York Times. ×
Mariam Bisiriyu, 30, and her daughter, She is returnee who worked at a salon in South Africa before fleeing. 09/19/2019. KC Nwakalor for The New York Times.
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Nigeria SA xenophobia returnees Mariam Bisiriyu, 30, and her daughter, She is returnee who worked at a salon in South Africa before fleeing. 09/19/2019. KC Nwakalor for The New York Times. ×
Nigeria SA xenophobia returnees Mariam Bisiriyu, 30, and her daughter, She is returnee who worked at a salon in South Africa before fleeing. 09/19/2019. KC Nwakalor for The New York Times. ×
An unattended kid sleeps on an chair at Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Lagos, Nigeria. 09/19/2019. KC Nwakalor for The New York Times.
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Nigeria SA xenophobia returnees An unattended kid sleeps on an chair at Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Lagos, Nigeria. 09/19/2019. KC Nwakalor for The New York Times. ×
Nigeria SA xenophobia returnees An unattended kid sleeps on an chair at Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Lagos, Nigeria. 09/19/2019. KC Nwakalor for The New York Times. ×
Pentecost Ikechukwu, 33, and his family steps out of the airport terminal unsure of where they will spend the night.
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Nigeria SA xenophobia returnees Pentecost Ikechukwu, 33, and his family steps out of the airport terminal unsure of where they will spend the night. ×
Nigeria SA xenophobia returnees Pentecost Ikechukwu, 33, and his family steps out of the airport terminal unsure of where they will spend the night. ×
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