Six Nepalese rescued from Togo of Africa after six months

Posted 7 months ago by Rabindra Ojha

Six Nepalese left stranded by a broker promising them to take to America are rescued from Togo of Africa.

Maheshwor Acharya, Kamal Bahadur Gharti, Min Bahadur Shris Pun, Ashok Poudel, Jeevan Shrestha and Sonam Chhiri Sherpa have returned back home on Saturday. They came in contact of NRNA treasurer Hikmat Thapa and appealed for help to return back to home. Thapa appealed the NRNA to help them send back to their home. The passport of these people was also with the broker and they were living a very miserable life in Togo of Western Africa for the past six months.

For the interest shown by Thapa for helping them, he was admired by the Nepal government, foreign ministry, Nepalese ambassador to South Africa, Amrit Bahadur Rai and the embassy family, NRNA secretary DB Chhetri and others. They are arriving in Nepal on Sunday evening via New Delhi of India.

 

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