SAD NEWS: A NIGERIAN CARE WORKERS IN U.K HAS BEEN ORDERED TO LEAVE BY THE END OF THE MONTH.
A Nigeria care worker living in U.K has been ordered to leave the country by the end of the month, despite his efforts towards fighting of coronavirus in the country.
According to the news, The man identiied as Anugwom Izuchukwu Goodluck who is 30 years old, left Nigerian in 2018 to study his masters degree in international Relations at the University of Susan.
After he graduated last Summer, he started working in a care homes around the Brighton and Hova area, having trained to become a career during his course.
He worked in care homes until his Visa application was denied due to the heights of the lockdown period was no longer able to work and was issued deportation notice back to Nigerian.
He told the Metro UK, that he sing and dance for the residents, i was amazing to be with them with pure happiness. Then it's all gone in the blink of eye and i didn't even get to get to say goodbye, they stopped him from working amid the rising cases as i couldn't offer my service the agency.
He also said, "i was designated illegal for work, its very depressing, Izuchukwu whose mother and brother are living in the UK, reportedly applied for a family visa but was told in March that he would not be able to stay. In an ideal world he. would like to become a UK citizen as he would like an extension to get back on to the frontline of the care sector.
However he is now facing deportation back to Nigerian, the home office said that Anugwom must leave the country by the end of July.
On his statement he said: we are incredibly grateful for all the work that carers have done during coronavirus which is why we have made them exempt from the immigration health surcharge, Those who are in UK must follow the Immigration rules and that includes not continuing to work in the UK after application for visa has been refused.