Govt urged to address dehumanisation

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Sep 1st, 2014
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The Federal Government and international institutions and organisations have been urged to look into the increasing rate of dehumanisation and unlawful detention of Nigerians at the entry point in Egypt.

A community leader in Lekki-Ajah, Lagos, Chief Taoheed Olakojo Ololade, said in a letter that there was racial discrimination and unjust delay of Nigerians at the entry point in Egypt.

The letter, dated August 28, was written to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and copied the Presidency, Nigeria Ambassador in Egypt, Amnesty International, International Human Right, Egypt Embassy, Egypt Home office, Nigeria Immigration Service and the National Assembly.

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