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Immigration chief Lt-Gen Sompong Chingduang has announced the arrest of an African national who was on overstay of more than four years in the north east of Thailand.
The Cameroonian was teaching English at a private school in Sri Bunreuang in Nong Bua Lamphu province.
He was working for 15,000 baht a month and had been there two months.
He was named by Naew Na as Mr Njei, 32, but a vinyl board at the press briefing said he was Mr Mjel.
It was shown that he entered Thailand on February 13th 2015 and never did anything about extending his right to stay. He was thus on overstay of 1,691 days.
Both English and French are national languages of Cameroon, notes Thaivisa.