The Ijaw Monitoring Group, IMG, has described the failure of the Dubai police and other security agencies to disclose the killers of Diepreye Alamieyeseigha’s son, in the United Arab Emirate, UAE as unacceptable.
In a statement issued by Joseph Evah, Niger Delta activist, the group criticized the UAE authorities for not revealing the cause of death, lamenting that for that to happen “in a security conscious nation like the UAE is ridiculous.”
“We reject the attempt to cover-up the senseless murder without trace of any suspect. We urge Kingsley Kuku, the Special Adviser to the President on Niger Delta Matters to use his global connections to put pressure on UAE security agents to fish out the killers for prosecution,” the statement said.
The Niger Delta activist asked Kuku to relocate to UAE to meet the Nigeria Ambassador in that country. He argued that it was time to show the world that “every Niger Delta soul anywhere in the world is important to the region.”
The former Publicity Secretary of Ijaw National Congress, INC condemned the growing rate of Nigerians killed in foreign lands, insisting that Nigerian foreign missions abroad were not doing enough to assist citizens facing threats.
“Any Ambassador that failed to follow-up the prosecution of killers of Nigerian citizens in the country of their foreign assignment should be recalled and replaced without delay. The careless attitude of most of our Ambassadors in various countries has contributed to the poor treatment of Nigerians abroad.”
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