Yinka Ayefele Orders U.S Homeland Security To Deport His Band Members

Popular Nigerian gospel singer Yinka Ayefele has just written an open letter to the U.S Homeland Security to track down and deport his three band members who disappeared after his music tour in U.S.A. The award winner claims the act was indeed, wrong, disrespectful and insulting to his country Nigeria.

According to reports, Ayefele left Nigeria on September 2 with a 14-man band for a six-weeks musical tour of the US. The band performed in more than 5 major cities including, New York, Washington, Houston, Atlanta, Baltimore, Maryland and Dallas. On his return to Nigeria this week, three of his band members were missing had vanished into thin air.

From the petition filed by the singer on Friday, here are names of those declared wanted in the States:

So, it's official, if these three men are found, they would be deported back to Nigeria with immediate effect! But the question is, why didn't Ayefele signal the DC Police Department or the immigration when the first band member went missing on October 11? Why wait until you get to Nigeria on October 18?

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