QNET refutes any connection to the immigration scandal

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QNET, a wellness company, categorically denies any association with individuals claiming to be its independent representatives, recently apprehended.

These individuals, lacking valid travel documents from Cameroon and Cote d’Ivoire, were arrested by the Nigerian Police Force, Ogun State Command, and subsequently deported by the Nigerian Immigration Service.

In a released statement, QNET emphasizes that it has no connection to the reported incidents, clarifying that the NIS, Benue Command, separately deported 18 Cameroonian irregular immigrants in Makurdi, Benue state, on another occasion.

Expressing deep concern over the allegations of fraudulent activities and illegal migration, the company firmly distances itself from any illicit practices.

QNET pledges cooperation with authorities to hold the perpetrators accountable, while also conducting internal investigations and committing to take disciplinary action against any Independent Representative implicated in these matters.

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