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Tuesday, November 03, 2020

EndSARS Protesters In Egypt To Be Deported To Nigeria For Protesting Without A Permit...

On Monday,Chairman, Nigerians in Diaspora Commission, Abike Dabiri-Erewa, tweeted that seven Nigerians who participated in the #EndSARS protest in Egypt have been slated for deportation..






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She tweeted, “Update on the eight Nigerians detained in Cairo for protesting without a permit – Seven of them are to be deported to Nigeria for lack of resident permits. The only one that has a Residency will get final clearance from the Minister of Interior after signing an undertaking not go against the laws of Egypt.

“The Nigerian mission in Egypt is still appealing for leniency on behalf of the seven slated for deportation.
The Nigerian mission in Cairo has had extensive deliberations with the Cairo ministry of Foreign Affairs, Interior as well as the Diplomatic Police.


“The eight detained Nigerians – four men and four women – were assured of decent treatment while in detention, they will be released after thorough investigations on why they flouted the laws of the land, check the status of their residence permits, and they will write an undertaking not to embark on any acts inimical to the Egyptian laws.
The Nigerian mission will continue to engage with the Egyptian authorities to see to the release of the Nigerian protesters, while NiDCOM will monitor the situation and give an update. ”
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    1. They don’t have residents permits

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    2. I think the new law in Egypt says you require a permit from the authorities to organise a protest. Upon flouting this rule, they were apprehended and their immigration status examined as part of investigation. They may be there legally.

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  2. Why did they not take permission? If you are in a country obey their rules.

    May God help them not to come back to this shithole of a country

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  3. But why embark on such a protest knowing fully well that you're an illegal citizen?

    I pray the find leniency as said up there.

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  4. Oh Chim!! When you're in a foreign land,obey rules and regs oh! I hope they pardon them,cos deporting them back here will be demoralizing

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  5. They should have known better na. Always seek for permission for such protests when in a foreign land.

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  6. How can you want to stage a protest when you are not legal.
    Please they should not deport them ooo, I beg on their behalf, cos they will come face the SARS they are protesting against in naija

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  7. Who sent them, when they don't have PR, are they not supposed to be hiding instead of showing themselves ?

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  8. Lol. Tamper justice with mercy

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