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Indians in Nigeria may pay for the sins of their brothers

05 November 2013, 13:32

Goa - Indians may suffer the backlash for kicking Nigerians out of their homes in faraway Goa, India, reports NDTV.

Consular attache Jacob Nwadadia at the Nigerian embassy in India made this known on Monday when he declared that Indians in the country may be thrown out on the streets.

Nwadadia gave the Goa government an ultimatum to stop illegally evicting Nigerians from their homes.

There are presently over one million Indians living in Nigeria and about 50 000 Nigerians living in India according to the Nigerian consulate.

The crackdown on Nigerians in Goa started after a clash between protesting Nigerians and police. The Nigerians were protesting the death of a fellow citizen who was accused of being a member of a narcotics gang.

Read more at NDTV.


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