The Liberia Immigration Service has disclosed that Seven Liberians who have been deported from the United States of America have now landed on their home soil, Liberia today.
The deportees all males touched down the Roberts International Airport on Wednesday through a chatter flight.
According to the Press and Public Affairs Director of the Liberia Immigration Service Abraham Dolley the deportees were charged for multiple crimes including Aggravated Assault, Car Jacking, assaulting officer and driving under the influence of alcohol.
Other crimes are: Sexual assault, Aggravated assault and Burglary respectively.
Mr. Dolley told KMTV News that each of the deportees was signed for by a very close relative and they have been mandated to report on a weekly basis for a periodic checkup for months to the LIS.
The batch of deportees now total over fifty since 2019.
Meanwhile the last batch of deportees to return to Liberia in 2019 is expected on December 11.
The deportees have arrived in the Country in the wake of increase in drug abuse and other harmful substances, hardship and other economic challenges facing the nation and its people.