Over 200 Jamaicans Deported from The Bahamas in 2016!
Over 200 Jamaicans have been deported from the Bahamas in 2016.
The government of the Bahamas recently disclosed that 214 Jamaicans were deported from the territory during 2016.
The Jamaicans were allegedly among 6,335 illegal migrants who were repatriated up to December 26.
Haitians lead the deportation statistics by a wide margin according to the Bahamian government, with 4,655 being sent home, and Cubans, whose involuntary exit number stood at 1,179.
The Bahamian Foreign Ministry listed 73 nationals from China, 59 from Brazil, 47 from the Dominican Republic and 24 from Ecuador, among the deportees from the territory this year.
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