An alleged Islamic extremist, an ISIS suspect, deemed dangerous by authorities has been deported to Nigeria by German Government.
The 22-year-old man reportedly was born in Germany and who hadn’t committed a crime, arrived in Lagos Thursday.
The unidentified man was one of the two individuals detained in February in Goettingen during an investigation of suspected attack plans.
His partner is a 27-year-old Algerian. Both of them lived with their parents in Göttingen, German DPA reported.
When the two men were picked up, investigators found two weapons, at least one of them a firearm that had been altered to fire live ammunition.
Also found on them were ammunition, flags of the Islamic State group and a machete.
The man deported to Nigeria is banned from entering Germany for life.topics from