A Nigerian lady, Mrs Kafayat Amusan, one of the stranded Nigerian travellers, returning from Dubai, UAE, has been delivered of a baby boy on board Emirates airline departing for Lagos.
The news was released by the Chairman/CEO Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM), Hon. Abike Dabiri Erewa who has been in contact with the Nigerian Ambassador in Dubai, Ambassador Rimi and staff of the embassy in Dubai.
The woman was in the Emirates Flight that was evacuating stranded Nigerians from Dubai to Lagos, Nigeria but had to make a U-Turn.
Emirates Airline had to change to another aircraft which has now landed in Lagos with 265 returnees on board.
The Nigerian Ambassador in Dubai, Ambassador Rimi and staff of the embassy are in touch with mother and child who are in good condition.
Hon. Abike Dabiri Erewa congratulated Mrs Amusan for another addition in her family and prayed she return safely to the country.
Hon. Dabiri-Erewa said Mrs Kafayat Amusan will return to Nigeria after obtaining a birth certificate and other necessary travel documents for her baby boy.