It is Clear that Chinese didn't want Nigerians in their country - Abike Dabiri


The executive officials of Nigerians in Diaspora Commission, Abike Dabiri-Erewa, has called on Nigerians in China, not fail in demanding for their right.

She said that it has become clear that Chinese do not want Africans in their country.

In her context, she called on Chinese to also respect the rights of Nigerians, observing that there were many illegal Chinese migrants in Nigeria, who are not being maltreatment by the Nigerian Government, the way Chinese government did to Africans living in their country.

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She said this in conference meeting held through Zoom with Nigerians in the America's on Saturday.

"While reacting to a question on what the Nigerian Government was doing to address the discrimination and maltreatment of Nigerians in China,"

she said, “The issue of China has been recurring and I have been to the Chinese Embassy a couple of times, putting into consideration what has been happening to Nigerians in China.

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“I will be very realistic with the issue of Africans in China…what I am seeing is that they don’t want Africans in China. Some businessmen are stranded there but when you want to your home, they don’t allow you. In China, if you don’t have a residence, you can’t get a permit.”

She urged Nigerians to obey the laws of the Chinese Government and try to stay out of trouble.

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She added, “It is still tough for Nigerians in China. It (maltreatment) is still going on and it has to be dealt with. Right now, there is a little bit of sanity but we don’t know how long it will last but there has to be a permanent solution to the issue of blacks being maltreated in China.

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“We need to build a world of peace and love. There has to be reciprocity: Respect me and I respect you, treat me well and I treat you well. They should demand their right and obey their laws too but the laws should not be discriminatory.”


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