QNET, a wellness company, has denied connection to individuals claiming to be its independent representatives, who were apprehended recently.
The firm said in a statement that the said individuals, immigrants 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.
QNET added that the NIS, Benue Command deported 18 Cameroonian irregular immigrants residing in Makurdi, Benue state, on another occasion.
“We are deeply troubled by the recent developments involving allegations of fraudulent activities and illegal migration. We want to clarify that our company has no involvement in these reported incidents and firmly disassociates itself from any illegal practices.
“We pledge to work with the authorities to bring the perpetrators to book. We are also investigating these matters internally and will take disciplinary action against any Independent Representative implicated in them,” it concluded.