NIDCOM boss condemns burning of Nigerian in Libya
The Chairman/Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Nigerians in Diaspora Commission, Honourable Abike Dabiri-Erewa, on Thursday, condemned in strong terms the killing of a Nigerian by three men allegedly all Libyan Nationals who stormed a factory in the country.
In a statement issued and signed by Gabriel Odu of Media, Public Relations and Protocol Unit of NIDCOM, and made available to newsmen in Abuja, Honourable Dabiri-Erewa described the act as dastardly, beastial and unacceptable.
She, therefore, called on the Libyan authorities to apply the full weight of the law on the suspected killers.
Meanwhile, a statement by the Libyan Interior Ministry has condemned the act, insisting that it is a new wave of violence on migrants in North Africa.
The United Nations has also described the Killing of the Nigerian man as another senseless crime against migrants in the country.
In the meantime, the full identity of the Nigerian man set on fire by petrol has not been made known as investigations and interrogations of the suspected attackers who are in custody are ongoing.
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