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Stranded Liberian finally allowed to travel to Canada after 2 1/2 years staying at NAIA

 The real "Terminal" guy is finally finding his home to Canada after more than two years of staying at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 2. 

Photo credit: Manila Bulletin

The Liberian national who was stranded passenger was finally approved to travel to Canada after his request for asylum as refugee was granted.

The 44-year-old Johnson Emmanuel, was transferred to the NAIA terminal 1 in preparation of his flight to Canada in the coming days.

Immigration record revealed, he arrived last April 21, 2019 via Philippines Airlines flight PR-383 from Guangzhuo China.

Aside from Johnson, another African man named Alain Njogho, 32, of Cameroon, stayed at the Terminal 2 for almost two years. They refused to go home for unknown reasons.

PAL has been taking care of them since they arrived.

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