Nigerian Stowaways, Who Thought They’re Going To Spain, Safely Land In Ghana (Photo)

Three Nigerian stowaways have reportedly landed in Ghana after they failed in their attempt to travel to Madrid, Spain to seek greener pastures.

The trio, who are in police custody, got apprehended by authorities of Tema Port, Ghana.

According to reports, the three men identified as Isaac Daniel, 32, Stephen Nuta, 28 and Kelvin Popoola, 26, sneaked into an MV Unity vessel from Apapa Port in Lagos with the hope that the ship was heading to Spain.

The vessel, however, was heading towards Ghana to drop some goods at the Port of Tema where the suspects were eventually caught hiding in a small space behind the vessel’s fan.

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The men were able to outsmart workers at the dock in Lagos.

Officers at the Tema Port also identified Isaac Daniels as a serial stowaway, who was arrested and deported in 2019.