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Nigerian Man Publicly Beaten In India - Video by ROSSIKE: 4:12pm On Nov 07, 2013
A Nigerian who protested against the murder of his fellow countryman, and the subsequent non-investigation by Indian police, is subjected to a shocking, violent assault by groups of Indians in full view of, and with the tacit support of Indian police.


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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O_pqB8qb48E

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Re: Nigerian Man Publicly Beaten In India - Video by Afam4eva(m): 4:20pm On Nov 07, 2013
I'm boiling as i'm watching this video. It the responsibility of the Nigerian government to take an expedient action to curtail this idiocy. These Indains are in this country fleecing our economy and maintaining a high social status and over there in India they treat our people worse than dirt. Something has to be done. We can't remain the laughing stock of the world. people think they can just disrespect Nigerian the way they like and get away with it. No human being should be humiliated the way the guy was humiliated. Even if he stole something, that's not enough to subject him to such treatment.

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Re: Nigerian Man Publicly Beaten In India - Video by eye4eye: 4:21pm On Nov 07, 2013
What did he do? Nigerians should stay away from this type of country. I hope our government does something about this but I doubt it.

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Re: Nigerian Man Publicly Beaten In India - Video by Chillisauce: 4:21pm On Nov 07, 2013
angry angry

Now this is serious. embarassed

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Re: Nigerian Man Publicly Beaten In India - Video by MeAboki(m): 4:24pm On Nov 07, 2013
Pls don't spread lies, the man clearly wasn't lynched but thoroughly beaten by the Indian police and Goan public and subsequently taken away conscious and alive in a police van (for his safety) presumably to a hospital for treatment.

I don't know why you fail to understand the meaning of the word lynch and its usage (in your case its misuse) in this regard.

Pls try and modify the topic before you further mislead more ppl, especially lazy ones who may rely on the heading without bothering to open the thread.

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Re: Nigerian Man Publicly Beaten In India - Video by ilugunboy(m): 4:27pm On Nov 07, 2013
I feel like hitting the next Indian I see....

Am really seething with anger right now.....

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Re: Nigerian Man Publicly Beaten In India - Video by ilugunboy(m): 4:29pm On Nov 07, 2013
Me_Aboki: Pls don't spread lies, the man clearly wasn't lynched but thoroughly beaten by the Indian police and Goan public and subsequently taken away conscious and alive in a police van (for his safety) presumably to a hospital for treatment.

I don't know why you fail to understand the meaning of the word lynch and its usage (in your case its misuse) in this regard.

Pls try and modify the topic before you further mislead more ppl, especially lazy ones who may rely on the heading without bothering to open the thread.

Guy ..please keep quiet..!!! angry angry angry

A fellow Nigerian is being meted with such inhuman treatment like this....and all you see is English semantics!! shocked angry shocked

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Re: Nigerian Man Publicly Beaten In India - Video by ROSSIKE: 4:29pm On Nov 07, 2013
Me_Aboki: Pls don't spread lies, the man clearly wasn't lynched but thoroughly beaten by the Indian police and Goan public and subsequently taken away conscious and alive in a police van (for his safety) presumably to a hospital for treatment.

Sorry, but in the absence of evidence to the contrary, we cannot but conclude, based on the clear collusion of the Indian authorities in this crime, that this Nigerian man was NOT taken to any ''hospital'', but was rather, 'despatched' in some bush after being finished off by the policemen in the privacy of their van. Thanks.

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Re: Nigerian Man Publicly Beaten In India - Video by Annie2gud(f): 4:37pm On Nov 07, 2013
Where are those gaddam indians with dia garlic scented breathe?aww Nigerians always @ the recievin end.*speechless*
Re: Nigerian Man Publicly Beaten In India - Video by jmaine: 4:39pm On Nov 07, 2013
So sad embarassed
Re: Nigerian Man Publicly Beaten In India - Video by MeAboki(m): 4:43pm On Nov 07, 2013
@ ilungboy:
Its not about semantics; because there is clearly a world of difference between lynching (killing) and beating (physical assault) and spreading of false information to incite hatred, which evidently had worked on you.

@ROSSIKE:
Pls don't fall my hand with your poor comprehension, surely can't you at least read between the lines, though it appears here also that the meaning of the word PRESUMABLY seems to have escaped you.

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Re: Nigerian Man Publicly Beaten In India - Video by jmaine: 4:43pm On Nov 07, 2013
Me_Aboki: Pls don't spread lies, the man clearly wasn't lynched but thoroughly beaten by the Indian police and Goan public and subsequently taken away conscious and alive in a police van (for his safety) presumably to a hospital for treatment.

I don't know why you fail to understand the meaning of the word lynch and its usage (in your case its misuse) in this regard.

Pls try and modify the topic before you further mislead more ppl, especially lazy ones who may rely on the heading without bothering to open the thread.

What is wrong with this dude angling over a minor issue when a fellow citizen life is on the verge of decimation . . . angry

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Re: Nigerian Man Publicly Beaten In India - Video by MeAboki(m): 4:49pm On Nov 07, 2013
jmaine:

What is wrong with this dude angling over a minor issue when a fellow citizen life is on the verge of decimation . . .

What is wrong with you, supporting the spread of blatant lies as per the inciting heading of this topic - why is it that you guys always seem to enjoy exaggerating and distorting history/facts to suit your end.

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Re: Nigerian Man Publicly Beaten In India - Video by ROSSIKE: 4:51pm On Nov 07, 2013
Me_Aboki: @ ilungboy:
Its not about semantics; because there is clearly a world of difference between lynching (killing) and beating (physical assault) and spreading of false information to incite hatred, which evidently had worked on you.

@ROSSIKE:
Pls don't fall my hand with your poor comprehension, surely can't you at least read between the lines, though it appears here also that the meaning of the word PRESUMABLY seems to have escaped you.

You really must be DENSE and STUPI.D to be typing this trash. Or maybe you are high on something. You've just seen POLICEMEN partaking of a bloody, barbaric assault on a defenceless victim, and you expect us to believe they later conveyed him to a hospital for 'treatment'?

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Re: Nigerian Man Publicly Beaten In India - Video by eGuerrilla(m): 4:52pm On Nov 07, 2013
ROSSIKE:

Sorry, but in the absence of evidence to the contrary, we cannot but conclude, based on the clear collusion of the Indian authorities in this crime, that this Nigerian man was NOT taken to any ''hospital'', but was rather, 'despatched' in some bush after being finished off by the policemen in the privacy of their van. Thanks.

Hold you emotions in check, will you. As reprehensible as the mob attack was, our compatriot was not dispatched to 'some bush' as you'd rather have us believe.
All the phone numbers for Goa medical hospital are available on this page, so do the 'needful' to put your over-imaginative mind to rest.

Two injoured Nigerians are going under treatment at Goa medical College and Hospital under the supervision of police.

Source: http://www.newsofgoa.com/2013/10/porvorim-witnessed-violent-day-on.html

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Re: Nigerian Man Publicly Beaten In India - Video by jmaine: 4:53pm On Nov 07, 2013
Me_Aboki:

What is wrong with you, supporting the spread of blatant lies as the inciting heading of this topic - why is it that you guys always seem to enjoy exaggerating and distorting history/facts to suit your end.

Is this all you could harvest from the thread ?

Dwelling on the use of grammar rather than a fellow citizen whose life was probably cut short illegally.

You need to spare us your nonsense and address the core issues of torture and possible murder of a fellow Nigerian.

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Re: Nigerian Man Publicly Beaten In India - Video by lakhadimar: 4:54pm On Nov 07, 2013
Do we have a minister of foreign affairs?

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Re: Nigerian Man Publicly Beaten In India - Video by ROSSIKE: 4:56pm On Nov 07, 2013
eGuerrilla:

Hold you emotions in check, will you. As reprehensible as the mob attack was, our compatriot was not dispatched to 'some bush' as you'd rather have us believe.
All the phone numbers for Goa medical hospital are available on this page, so do the 'needful' to put your over-imaginative mind to rest.



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Firstly your links do not work and lead to NOTHING. Secondly, how in the hell do you know which (if any) Nigerian was taken to hospital, or that it was this victim undergoing treatment?

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Re: Nigerian Man Publicly Beaten In India - Video by eGuerrilla(m): 4:57pm On Nov 07, 2013
Murder in paradise: Goa Police arrest local over death of Nigerian as country's High Commission demands answers

Almost a week after the murder of a Nigerian sparked unrest in Goa and triggered a diplomatic tussle between Abuja and New Delhi, the police on Wednesday arrested a local resident in the case.
Surendra Pol from Chapora, a village 30km from the state capital, was held for his alleged involvement in the murder of Obodo Uzoma Simon, stabbed to death in the north Goa village of Parra last week.
Pol has been remanded in police custody for 10 days. Speaking to Mail Today, a senior policeman said Pol was arrested as most of the evidence clearly indicates his involvement in the murder.


Police personnel surround the body of a Nigerian killed in Goa

"There are six more people, currently absconding, that we are looking for," he said.

The official added that a special investigating team has been constituted to probe the murder and the violence that followed. The post-mortem examination of the victim's body is yet to be conducted. The body is now in the morgue of Goa Medical College and Hospital.

Over 200 Nigerians had on October 31 blocked the Mapusa-Panaji Highway that runs through Porvorim in protest against the murder of their fellow national.

The Nigerians attacked the police hearse that was carrying the body to a government hospital. The entire scene turned violent with Nigerians attacking police as well as locals.

No fewer than 54 Nigerians were arrested on charges of attempt to murder and rioting. All have been sent to 14 days police custody. Around 30 motorcycles and a car that were used in the riot have been seized.


Unrest: On October 31, over 200 Nigerians blocked the Mapusa-Panaji Highway that runs through Porvorim in protest against the murder

The police have also registered a report against the unruly mob in connection with the ruckus.

Meanwhile, a massive crackdown has been launched on illegal foreign residents across the state. It is expected to lead to deportations.

Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar has underlined his commitment to deporting undesirable aliens, announcing he is ready to withdraw all pending cases against Nigerians - except those related to heinous crime - provided they have valid documentation.

The Goa government will also seek court permission for withdrawal of those cases wherein charge-sheets have been filed, Parrikar, who is also the home minister, said.

"We would withdraw cases and deport them," he added.

Most of the cases pending against the Nigerians are related to the narcotics trade. Since January this year, 13 foreigners, including nine Nigerians, have been deported. Eleven Nigerians have been deported since 2011 and over 45 cases registered against them in Goa for their alleged involvement in the drug trade.

Parrikar has admitted that most Nigerians staying in Goa do not have valid documents, including passports. The Anti-Narcotics Cell has also begun a crackdown on Nigerians involved in the trade. Police teams are combing the coastal belt of Calangute, Anjuna and surrounding areas, carrying out a verification drive on Nigerians staying in rented houses.

The Foreigners' Registration Office in Goa has already begun verifying the passports and travel documents of the 54 Nigerians taken in custody. It is interesting to note that of the thousand of Nigerians currently living in Goa, only 19 are registered with the FRO as being here on business, employment, PIO and medical visas.


Chief Minister of Goa Manohar Parrikar has pledged to crack down on illegal immigrants from Nigeria

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Re: Nigerian Man Publicly Beaten In India - Video by eGuerrilla(m): 4:57pm On Nov 07, 2013
India promises action for angry Nigeria

Misdeed in numbers


The Nigerian High Commission has sent a note verbale - a verbal protest - to New Delhi seeking an explanation for the death of a Nigerian national in Goa and threatening repercussions for Indians in the country.

In response, India told the Nigerian envoy in New Delhi that the MEA has sought a report from the Goa Chief Secretary on the incident and that they will ensure the incident is probed.

Nigeria's High Commission demanded that the security of its nationals be assured. It also called for the immediate arrest of those who killed its citizen.

"The Nigerians were anguished and we have told them we will share the findings of the probe report and we have asked the Goa government for a report within 48 hours," MEA spokesperson Syed Akbaruddin said.

Foreign minister Salman Khurshid had earlier in the day called Nigeria a "friendly country".

In New Delhi, the Nigerian envoy to India Ndubuisi Vitus said that the Indian government and media were only focused on the wellbeing of Indians in Nigeria and had done nothing to stop the persecution of Nigerians in India.

The envoy didn't respond to the comments made by his consular official that Indians in Nigeria would suffer if Nigerians were treated in this manner in India.

In fact, as the incident seemed to impact on one of India's most important relationships in Africa, South Block took some steps for urgent damage control. India's acting Envoy in Abuja was asked to go to the Nigerian Foreign office and explain the situation, stressing that the Government of India was in touch with the Goa government and will ensure that they are updated.

Panaji has also told the foreign office that the matter was becoming a law and order issue.

Tensions peaked when a Nigerian man was stabbed to death last week. Goa police blamed the murder on rivalry between local and Nigerian drug traffickers.

The Nigerian High Commission called the death a "cold-blooded" killing.

Goa police arrested 54 Nigerians last week after around 200 of them staged a protest against the killing, chasing a police hearse carrying the corpse of the dead Nigerian and laying the body on the road.

Nigerians court infamy for drug connection

By Mail Today in Panaji

One of the rare places in India where bikinis are regular beachwear, sunny Goa has always been a favourite haunt of foreign tourists. The Nigerian connection is, however, rather different.

Most Nigerians come to Goa for academic reasons. Scholarships offered by a few institutions to study in India, especially Goa, are a big draw for young Nigerians. However, that is not what it looks like on the ground.


Last year, 18 Nigerians were booked for drug possession

Nigerians and the state's drug trade are unabashedly entwined. Areas like Parra, a village near Mapusa town, and famous beach destinations like Anjuna, Arambol and Siolim in North Goa, have become Nigerian enclaves. All one can see here are young Nigerians zooming around on rented motorcycles.

The Anti-Narcotics Cell is on record saying that Nigerians are only into the narcotic trade in the state. The records of the last three years indicate that they are the largest non-Indian community to face action under the stringent Narcotics Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act.

Last year, 18 Nigerians were booked for possessing banned drugs, 10 were arrested and tried the year before. A favourite Nigerian hangout is Baga beach, with its cluster of discotheques and night clubs. The drug trade is brisk here; street-fights are common.

"They become friendly with local girls and boys, through which they distribute their drugs," a local resident says.

The Goa Police does keep its hands off European tourists, but Nigerians aren't so lucky. CM Manohar Parrikar is on record as having said that Nigerians are close to police, and his Cabinet colleague Dayanand Mandrekar has called them a "cancer".

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Re: Nigerian Man Publicly Beaten In India - Video by MeAboki(m): 5:01pm On Nov 07, 2013
ROSSIKE:

You really must be DENSE and STUPI.D to be typing this trash. Or maybe you are high on something. You've just seen POLICEMEN partaking of a bloody, barbaric assault on a defenceless victim, and you expect us to believe they later conveyed him to a hospital for 'treatment'?

I am glad that you accepted it was an assault not a lynching.
However, I put it to you that you assumed wrongly that he wasn't later taken to hospital, though I am further free to to assume if given the Indian police's position you wouldn't even think of taking him to hospital.

Dense and Stup.d, call me what you like; but we all know who is apparently acting in like manner.

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Re: Nigerian Man Publicly Beaten In India - Video by sweetgala(m): 5:03pm On Nov 07, 2013
The Nigerian life is of no value in or outside Nigeria, what has the Nigerian consulate within the respective territory done to address these new developments within the country.
If a senator has made a statement recently it would mean the topic has regional acknowledgement.

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Re: Nigerian Man Publicly Beaten In India - Video by rokiatu(f): 5:03pm On Nov 07, 2013
What is he doing in India of all places? Lord!!! I rather rot in Africa, if it was that bad for me.

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Re: Nigerian Man Publicly Beaten In India - Video by eGuerrilla(m): 5:06pm On Nov 07, 2013
ROSSIKE:

Firstly your links do not work and lead to NOTHING. Secondly, how in the hell do you know which (if any) Nigerian was taken to hospital, or that it was this victim undergoing treatment?

The link has been fixed.
All I am saying is that it is always best to get our ducks in a row before going into battle.
Re: Nigerian Man Publicly Beaten In India - Video by executinal(m): 5:07pm On Nov 07, 2013
Why are we complaining?? Nairaland promote and encourage hatred between us here. Do you guys think that other foreigner do not visit nairaland??

Instead we join hands together and make this country great, rather we fight for APC, PDP JPG etc.

In naija we do not respect each other, tell me how do you expect other nation to respect us??

we are our own problem.


Wait and see responds that will be coming in now.

Nigeria is their own problem

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Re: Nigerian Man Publicly Beaten In India - Video by InvertedHammer: 5:08pm On Nov 07, 2013
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Stay back and fight for your country. NOOOOOOOOO!!!

This is what you get
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Re: Nigerian Man Publicly Beaten In India - Video by IleIfe2(m): 5:08pm On Nov 07, 2013
eGuerrilla:

Hold you emotions in check, will you. As reprehensible as the mob attack was, our compatriot was not dispatched to 'some bush' as you'd rather have us believe.
All the phone numbers for Goa medical hospital are available on this page, so do the 'needful' to put your over-imaginative mind to rest.



Source: http://www.newsofgoa.com/2013/10/porvorim-witnessed-violent-day-on.html

grin grin grin grin grin grin

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Re: Nigerian Man Publicly Beaten In India - Video by MeAboki(m): 5:09pm On Nov 07, 2013
jmaine:

Is this all you could harvest from the thread ?

Dwelling on the use of grammar rather than a fellow citizen whose life was probably cut short illegally.

You need to spare us your nonsense and address the core issues of torture and possible murder of a fellow Nigerian.

You really need to stop advertising your myopism; I refer you to the topic of thread which is clearly about public lynching, you are the one derailing from the topic because you can't grasp issues and logically discuss them.
Re: Nigerian Man Publicly Beaten In India - Video by eGuerrilla(m): 5:10pm On Nov 07, 2013
ROSSIKE: eGuerrilla, we all know you are a self-hating baboon who probably worships white/light skin. But if you think you can sway Nigeriuans into accepting this crime by posting Indian media reports of drugs, think again.

Listen mongrel, you could not possibly have done more than I have defending the rights of Nigerians in particular and Blacks in general, across 3 different countries. I've got the battle scars to prove it, unlike you ars.e-licking, fair-weather nincompoop, masquerading as a Black nationalist without a moral compass.

Folks like me don't come on the internet to shoot our mouths off. We walk the talk with honour and dignity.

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