The Federal Government has given conditions for a fresh evacuation of Nigerians stranded in war-torn Sudan.
AbdulRahman Balogun, the Nigerians in Diaspora Commission spokesperson says there will be a mop up operation of those still stranded in Sudan.
Mr Balogun says intended evacuees must get themselves to Port Sudan, and must have a means of identification as a Nigerian.
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He also adds that such persons must have a verifiable contact or an abode in Nigeria.
A total of 2,518 Nigerian evacuees arrived back in the country on 15 flights from Sudan.