A number of deportees reportedly arrived at the JCF Mobile Reserve in Kingston on Wednesday afternoon, after being sent on a flight from the United Kingdom to their native Jamaica.

They arrived via a charter flight at the Norman Manley International Airport.

They were then taken to the Mobile Reserve by bus for processing.

A number of people, including family and friends of the deportees, have reportedly gathered at the facility to observe the proceedings.

This marks the second deportation flight from the UK since September 2016, when 42 persons were sent back to the island.

Jamaica Constabulary Force personnel, an officer of the Diaspora, Protocol and Consular Affairs Division of the Foreign Affairs Ministry, as well as representatives of the National Organisation for Deported Migrants (NODM), a non-governmental organisation (NGO) funded by the British High Commission, met the deported Jamaicans on arrival.

People gather at the Mobile Reserve headquarters in Kingston as deported Jamaicans are being processed

Via Loop Jamaica



                     

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