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Friday, July 10, 2020

Lebanese Ambassador Walks Out Of Meeting With Nigeria’s House Of Reps Members

The Lebanese Ambassador to Nigeria, M Houssam Diab, on Thursday, walked out on members of the Nigerian House of Representatives Committee on Diaspora Affairs.




Mr. Diab was summoned by the House Committee to explain the alleged maltreatment of the West African nation in Lebanon.

This followed a recent incident involving one Temitope Arowolo, who is undergoing trial for alleged attempted murder in the country.

Diab walked out of the lawmaker because he was not impressed with the presence of the media at the venue when the meeting commenced.

Chairman of the House Committee, Tolulope Akande-Sadipe, told reporters that she was shocked that the “Ambassador will just get up and walk out on us.”

She said that Diab honoured the invitation as a mark of respect for the country but “was not expecting the media because he was unaware the House records all its meetings.”

The Committee had earlier said that the Lebanese Government should be held responsible for the violation of Mrs. Ariwolo’s human rights.

Sadipe said the Lebanese Government must be held responsible for the violation of Temitope’s rights which was in violation of the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights, UDHR.

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52 comments:

  1. Ghana demolishes your buildings

    Lebanese ambassadors turn up their noses at you in your own country

    The best is yet to come Nigeria you have NO LEADERSHIP

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    1. The height of disrespect to Nigeria, anyway, will you blame them?when we don't have a leader.

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    2. The House of Rep Members have no business summoning him. His business is with the ministry of foreign affairs. They are dabbing into the territory of the executive. They are even lucky that the Chinese rep honoured their invitation. Guess it's gotten into their heads

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    3. The military should just take over and stop these jokesters making not only themselves hungry but trying to pull Nigeria down. These bunch of hungry illiterates only interest is to make themselves look more hungry on tv and Nigeria doesn’t have the capability to keep paying their salary with the economic situation in the country. The price of oil which is our main source of revenue is nothing to write home about and is right time we survive our excesses paying these idiots before the state of the country get worse

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    4. Even the chairman is making excuses for the ambassador

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    5. Buhari regime has finished this nation. A whole giant of Africa.

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    6. 12:11 you obviously don't know what you wished Nigerians by that your first sentence.
      Please, cancel those words.
      PRAY IT DOESN'T NOT HAPPEN!

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    1. The carricature of a nation called Nigeria!!!

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    2. ๐Ÿ™„ zoo country ko, zoology ni๐Ÿ˜. Your food has been served. Why won't you run mouth? Bon appetit ๐Ÿœ

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  3. I hope they deal with him so that others can learn. What a disrespectful act ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

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    1. Deal with who? This country is gone.

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    2. How will they deal with him... When the stench of their corruption can be smelt from afar off. Which face will they use to do so

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  4. Hmmmm wetin Musa no go see for gate!๐Ÿคฆ๐Ÿคฆ

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  5. They should continue to disrespect you(Nigeria). I pray Nigeria will get to the point where stomach Infrastructure will no longer allow us to respect all these politicians but their good works in their communities. When you people won't respect yourselves , Ghana will disrespect, Lebanon don join also disrespect you. Nigeria is just like a toothless bull dog. People are watching, people are seeing us..

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  6. Na see finish name im cause am๐Ÿ˜ฅ

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  7. Why's he afraid of the media? ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

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  8. That's disrespectful Mr Ambassador

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  9. can you imagine the guts the man have, hmmmm I pity this country called Nigeria

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  10. Quite sad.

    But who doesn't know that the House records its meetings?

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  11. Nigeria has lost all it's respect. Imagine walking out on them. Buhari see where you have landed this country.

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  12. Can we just change the Name of this country and her flag too?the Discrediting is get out of hands. No matter what he shouldn’t have walked out on the reps, if you are nt impressed by the presence of the media oga you can censor your mouth when they ask you questions

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    1. Changing the day and the name of the country is the solution.... Will it change the politicians that are ruling us or the behaviour of the citizens???

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    2. GOLIBE, good question, good thinking!๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘ JUKWAA YA OZO!
      King Jerry answer her.

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  13. Nigeria is a total joke in the comity of nations. No country takes us serious.
    A clear case of Hushgate and magugate.

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    1. "We" ain' seen natin yet. The UAE just exempted Nigerians from the list of Africans required for jobs in Dubai..

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  14. What an insult to our honourable house. So he wasn't expecting media to cover the meeting, is he living under the rock?

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    1. Anike, who are your honourables. Are they really houourable in the real sense of it. Don't you think they must have made an "esin" of themselves first, else where would that gut had come from?

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    2. @Survivor, there is a saying that 'you first chase away the fly before treating the sore' (can't say it better than this), even if our lawmakers are not as honourable as you said, does that mean we should allow every Tom, Dick and Harry to disrespect the position being held?

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    3. Anne K there is also a saying that when you call your plate trash, children will use it to pack sand while at play. IGHOTAGO? ๐Ÿ™ƒ

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  15. Good for thdm. They belitttled themselves. They placed so much relfvance relevance on white over their kin. Ntoor unu!

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    1. them**** relevance**** kinS****. Kilode!!!

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  16. Lebanon you cannot find in the world map without zooming in the the region? The level we have sunk.

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  17. Such a disgraceful act.

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    1. As in, very embarrassing and rude... When the rulers are not transparent and lack integrity..
      What do you expect??

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  18. These Honourablea that are not honourable. They just like to summon everything and everybody without regards to diplomatic processes.
    I expect that they should have allowed the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and (or) the Diaspora Commission to engage the foreign embassies/nations and they can then invite the Minister to brief then but no they like to show themselves and overreach their powers most times.
    Hope they wont summon the President of another country one day. Clowns in the legislature

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    1. I am upset but this is the level we brought ourselves..Too bahd

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    2. Thank you for that comment. ..

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  19. Hmmmmmm, nigeria my country

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  20. And we are being denied visas on a daily. Imagine Dubai issuing a statement the other day that citizens from other nationalities can apply for a certain vacancy except Nigerians. Better to be a cat in America than a Nigerian cos even a cat in America has better chance of life than a human here.

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    1. May God heal you from complexity cos we have many billionaire in this country who have made it without been a slave abroad, Nigeria harbours more than 200m adults and they have not all died, people are killed everywhere even in the USA, UK and Europe

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    2. Amacastel, please tell me how many billionaire do we gave on Nigeria that made their money legitimately? Either politics money or stealing from oil or even ruining other company like our dear dangerous make you decode the name, I can tell you there's no legitimate billionaire in Nigeria, the bottom of their wealth is always filthy

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    3. Amacastel, there's no legitimate billionaire in Nigeria. Forget all the pastor and reverend bojuboju

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    4. Babe and 12:48 may not in your town or State but there are legit billionaires in my town. They don't make noise.

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  21. Just imagine! when the whole world knows we don't have leadership.

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  22. All we need to do is retaliate. that's all. Nigerians are too forgiving and we are so quick to down each other. If an american commits a crime in another country, the criminal will be supported. There are fraudsters and gang members in america.

    We are our own problems. We bring each other down. Americans support America, they fly their flags. Same with Ghana. Looks at Nigerians oh here. If Dubai says no Nigerians, then Nigeria should also not let those people come her.

    We go abroad, they treat us bad. In Nigeria too they come here and treat us bad. We favor the white guy more than our fellow Nigerian. Fraudulent asians on the island, treating our people like sh*t

    Wake up! put your country first. Lets build each other and build our brands.
    I am proudly Nigerian. That will not change

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