Consul-General of Nigerian Embassy Confronts Chinese officials Over the Maltreatment of Nigerians in China.
Consul-General of Nigeria confronts Chinese officials over the maltreatment of Nigerians in China.
The Consul-General of Nigeria, ‘Mr Anozie Madaubuchi Cyril’ in Guangzhou, China confronted some Chinese officials over the maltreatment of Nigerians days after the video of Nigerians being sent out of their apartments in the Asian country went viral on social media.
He accused Chinese officials of maltreating Nigerians over the COVID-19 disease pandemic in the Asian country.
The ambassador insisted in confirmation that no Chinese citizen has been served same treatment in Nigeria. He also pointed out that same act is not meted out to citizens of other countries where Coronavirus has been confirmed in.
He disclosed that most Nigerians who are victims of the Chinese government maltreatment live in China and have not been out of the country due to the seizure of the passports of Nigerian nationals in Guangzhou.
According to Anozie, the seizure of the international passports of the Nigerians was an affront to Nigeria and tantamount to seizure of Nigeria as a country.
He further contended that the passports were property of the Nigerian government and China had no right to seize them.
Anozie, who was shown in one of the videos snatching the passports from the Chinese officials, is believed to have acted following reports that Chinese officials had been maltreating Nigerians, hoarding them out of their houses into quarantine, which continued even after they had tested negative to the COVID-19 virus.
While describing the anger of the #EndSars protesters as justifiable, Governor Obiano declared that all schools and markets in the state have been closed down, stressing that all large gatherings in any form are banned.
He said that the security agencies are on notice to do the needful, asking them to resist all efforts to provoke them to the use of extreme force.
The Governor called on stakeholders including the clergy, traditional rulers, youth leaders, among others, to lend their voices and help address the escalating situation, adding that the sum of two hundred million naira (N200,000,000) has been approved to compensate families of those affected by SARS brutality in the state.
He concluded that this is not the time for destructive rumours, but a time to unite and keep Anambra state safe.
The Centre of Ethical Rebirth Among Nigerian Youths (CERANY) endorses the Legitimacy of Peaceful Protest against Police brutality #EndSARS #EndSWAT.
This was announced with a press release by Chuks Akamadu EQS, the President of CERANY.
According to his statement, “The action is patriotic and indicates a collective resolution by young people of Nigeria to see a better nation.”
However, he commends President Buhari for showing exemplary leadership as a true democrat by assuring the nation that the disbandment of Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) was just the first step towards a comprehensive police Reform.
Chuks also urged the young people to discontinue the protest and give the government the benefit of doubt to implement what they have promised as it relates to the #EndSARS protest.
He is also proposing the immediate convening of National Youth Leaders Conference (NYLC) whose mandate would be to articulate the concerns of the young people across the country in an objective and realistic manner.
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