Quit sending kids to schools in Northern Cyprus, NIDCOM cautions guardians
The Nigerians in Diaspora Commission have cautioned Nigerian guardians against sending their kids to colleges in Northern Cyprus over the unending and secretive executing of Nigerians.
Administrator/CEO of the commission, Mrs. Abike Dabiri-Erewa, who gave the admonition on Monday, said it was too hazardous to even consider sending youngsters to the schools in Northern Cyprus as many Nigerian understudies had been killed there bafflingly with no decisive examinations did.
Dabiri-Erewa said this when she got in her office, a designation drove by Justice Amina Bello, mother of a Nigerian understudy, Ibrahim Khaleel, who was purportedly murdered in baffling conditions in that nation.
She focused on that the passing of Khaleel, a third-year building understudy, had brought to a tipping point the unremitting slaughtering of Nigerian understudies in Northern Cyprus under astounding conditions.
The NIDCOM chief, who read out 15 names of Nigerians from a rundown of in excess of 100 who were murdered in Northern Cyprus, said it was hard to utilize worldwide discretion in the examination as the nation is just perceived by Turkey.
“The demise of Ibrahim Khaleel ought to be the tipping point to a stop in the slaughtering of our youngsters anyplace on the planet, especially Northern Cyprus.
“It isn’t just Ibrahim. Kennedy Dede, 28; Augustine Ngok, Gabriel Sorewei, Osabanjo Owoyale, Augustine Wallace, Stanley Eteno, Hassan Babatunde, Temitayo Adigun, and Kubat Abraham are only a couple of the ones that we even know.
“The issue is that most Nigerian guardians don’t realize that Northern Cyprus isn’t perceived by any nation on the planet.
“It’s anything but an UN-perceived nation. It is just perceived by Turkey. That is the reason we have not had the option to do a lot.
“Who do you report to? A large number of Nigerian understudies are tutoring there and I disclose to you that hundreds have been slaughtered. Who do you take these cases to?
“Furthermore, they are slaughtered in comparative conditions. The school just lets you know, ‘Well, they ended it all,’ and nothing occurs.
“We are going to list every one of these names of Nigerians that have been executed and we request equity. There has been no arraignment and no pay.
“No Nigerian parent ought to send their youngsters to any college in Northern Cyprus – there is a joint effort which we don’t comprehend that makes them execute blacks, especially our Nigerian understudies,” she said.
She guaranteed the mother of the perished understudy that the commission would work with her to request equity, for her child as well as for different Nigerians who have been murdered while concentrating in Northern Cyprus.
She said the case had just been moved to INTERPOL through the workplace of the Attorney General of the Federation.
The NIDCOM director reviewed that when she was a serving legislator and Sorewei’s slaughtering was on the front burner in Nigeria, the school which appeared to be unashamed in regards to the executing had just sent its operators to bait more Nigerians with delicious grants.
While recognizing that Nigerian schools required enhancements, she gave an affirmation of President Muhammadu Buhari’s devotion to improving the training division and demanded that numerous Nigerian schools were superior to a portion of the acclaimed unfamiliar colleges despite the chances.
She said that there were at that point reports that a significant number of the courses being offered by the “poor” colleges in Northern Cyprus were not certified, swearing that NIDCOM would work with the Nigerian Universities Commission for a potential boycott of testaments from the nation.
“Indeed our colleges have difficulties. There are strikes and you don’t (generally) know when you are going to complete yet there is a portion of these colleges that you will lament you even went to, remembering some for Africa.
“It is smarter to go to a private college here than to go to a portion of these spots that we go to for the sake of ‘our kids are in Europe’.
“We have composed the NUC. The key thing is to boycott Northern Cyprus and to prevent our kids from heading off to that nation to contemplate.
“We will be working with the NUC to list all the colleges in Northern Cyprus and boycott them. We can’t be letting them murder our youngsters.
She said that NIDCOM had met with the Ambassador of Turkey to Nigeria, who is new, said he was unconscious of the murdering yet vowed to investigate the issue.
She included there were designs by NIDCOM to visit Northern Cyprus after the COVID-19 Pandemic to see things as plainly as they were.
She reproved Nigerians tutoring abroad to make it a state of obligation to consistently answer to the Nigerian strategic that nation upon appearance.
Talking prior, the mother of the late understudy said that she was at this point to grapple with the demise of her child who was accounted for to have ended it all however conditions demonstrated something else.
She said that dissection reports and examinations which she had mentioned in the previous seven months were yet to come, including that the school specialists were being shifty.
She said that while she was told by specialists that her child hopped from the seventh floor of a structure, there was no noticeable injury on his body or head to recommend that.