XENOPHOBIA: Air Peace To Evacuate Nigerians From South Africa

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has stated that following the recent unfortunate xenophobic attacks on foreign nationals, including Nigerians in South Africa, the Proprietor of Air Peace Airlines Chief Allen Onyema, has volunteered to send an aircraft from Friday 6th September 2019 to evacuate Nigerians who wish to return to Nigeria free of charge Ministry of Foreign Affairs in a. release signed by its spokesperson,Ferdinand Nwonye however advised Nigerians to inform their relatives in South Africa to take advantage of this laudable gesture. “Interested Nigerians are therefore advised to liaise…

DEATH OF NIGERIAN: Nigerian Embassy Petitions Ukrainian Police,Foreign Affairs

The Nigerian Embassy in Ukraine has formally petitioned the Ukrainian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Police Department in Kharkiv and demanded full investigation into the circumstances surrounding the stabbing to death of a Nigerian medical doctor, Bolade Ibukun Ejemai, by a lady identified as Victoria Popravko, with the connivance of her dad in Ukraine. This was confirmed by Hon. Abike Dabiri-Erewa, Chairman/CEO of Nigerians in the Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM), who has been in touch with both the family of the deceased and Nigeria Embassy in Ukraine. In a statement…

El-Zakzakky: Protesters Storm Iranian Embassy in London, Want Country To Stop Sponsoring Terrorism In Nigeria

Activities at the Iranian Embassy in London were on Friday paralysed by angry Nigerians over the alleged involvement of the Asian country in the protests and actions of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, otherwise known as Shiites.   The protesters, under the aegis of Concerned Nigerians in the United Kingdom, were seen chanting songs and displaying placards with various inscriptions, warning Iran to stop sponsoring terrorism in Nigeria. The action came following the demand by the Iranian government for the release embattled Ibrahim El-Zakzakky for treatment in the middle east.…

NIDCOM Chair Meets Embattled Prof Augustine Nwagbara ….Describes Him As Asset To Nigeria

The Chairman/CEO, Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM)  Hon. Abike Dabiri-Erewa, today Thursday met in Abuja with the embattled Professor Augustine Nwagbara who was sacked by Ghanaian university authorities. The university don who was on a courtesy visit to Hon Abike Dabiri-Erewa office,  narrated the ordeal he went through in the hands of Ghanaian authorities through the University he served as well as the hostile media and harassment by the Ghanaian security agencies. Nwagbara said the video of him that went viral on the social media where he was said to be…

LIBYA AIRSTRIKE : Dabiri-Erewa Mourns Victims, Condoles With Affected Families

Chairman/CEO of Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM) ,Hon. Abike Dabiri-Erewa has condoled with the families of nine Nigerians involved in early Wednesday’s airstrike on migrant detention centre in Libya, which killed 44 migrants. In a release ,Dabiri-Erewa said it was disheartening that nine Nigerians have been identified as victims in the unfortunate incident According to NIDCOM Head of Media,Abdurahman Balogun ,Dabiri-Erewa also said it was regrettable that migrants survived a treacherous journey only to be killed in someone else’s war in Libya. She said it was painful that the affected…

Dabiri-Erewa Condemns Destruction of Vehicles At The Nigerian Embassy

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Nigerians In Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM) ,Hon. Abike Dabiri-Erewa, has described the attitude of a 32-year old Nigerian, Jeffrey Apkovweta Ewohime who destroyed several properties of the Nigerian embassy in London as despicable and condemnable. In a statement by her media aide, Abdur-Rahman Balogun, said that such an attitude was unpatriotic, and an unconscionable act of indiscipline Dabiri-Erewa said she received a report that Emohime went to the Nigeria Embasy in London on Monday, Ewohime had approached the Nigerian Embassy to collect his passport which expired since…

FG, Nigerians Get Caution Note from Europe Against Amnesty International

The Federal Government and her citizens have been warned by some concerned Nigerians in the diaspora, under the aegis of Association of Nigerian Professionals in Europe (ANPE) about the impending plot by Amnesty International (AI) to destabilise the country. A London-based non-governmental organization, AI was originally focused on human rights, especially in war-ravaged nations. However, this humanitarian element appears to have diminished in recent times as the group has rather embraced controversy, deceit and falsehood. In the countries where Amnesty International operates, more facts emerged on how some political interests’…

ISWAP: Launch Global Coalition Against Terrorism In West Africa Now, Amnesty Watch Tells UN, US

London- based group, Global Amnesty Watch, has called on the United Nations as well as United States of America to join forces with Nigeria to confront terrorism in West Africa. According to the group, terrorism is a global threat that needs proactive measures and the best available way is by launching a global coalition. The Global Amnesty Watch gave this charge in a press statement signed by  John Tom Lever, head African Regional Affairs. While commending the tremendous exploits of the Nigerian Army, leading the way in the sub-region, the…

Khashoggi’s body was dismembered, Turkish Chief Prosecutor says

stanbul, Turkey  – The body of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was dismembered after he was strangled as soon as he entered the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, the chief prosecutor’s office in Istanbul said Wednesday.   This was carried out as part of a premeditated plan, according to a statement by the chief prosecutor’s office.   The statement is the clearest yet from the Turkish authorities about the fate of the Washington Post journalist, whose remains have not yet been found.   “The victim’s body was dismembered and destroyed following his…

Wife of a Nigerian shot dead in South Africa

The Nigerian Community in South Africa has expressed dismay by the fatal shooting of the wife of a member, Mrs Leyness Mangu Irumudomo. The late Mrs Irumudomo, a.k.a. Mama Lee, 43, was a Tanzanian married to Mr Jackson Igbinosa Irumudomo, a native of Ekpoma in Edo. They had three children. Her husband told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on the telephone from Pretoria, South Africa, that Mama Lee was shot on Oct. 26, in Soweto. He said that prior to her death, a Tanzanian who worked in the same…