Hon. Abike Dabiri-Erewa, Chairman/CEO, Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NiDCOM), has requested for equity for a Nigerian who was singed to death on Oct. 7 in Tripoli, Libya.
Dabiri-Erewa made this known to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Thursday, in the wake of meeting with the Libyan Ambassador to Nigeria, Ayad Attayary, in Abuja.
The NiDCOM Chief focused on: “all we need is equity to guarantee that the culprits are brought to book”.
Reacting, the Libyan agent gave affirmations of an open and straightforward Libyan overall set of laws where equity is served on the three asserted executioners.
The Libyan specialists have reported the capture of three Libyans who are suspected to have executed the Nigerian transient laborer by setting him ablaze.
The demonstration has been denounced by the International Organization for Migration, the United Nations and the Libyan Interior Ministry.
Additionally, the United Nations has likewise portrayed the murdering of the Nigerian man as another silly wrongdoing against travelers in the Country.
In any case, the full personality of the Nigerian man has not been made known as examinations and cross examinations of the presumed aggressors who are in authority is still on.
The Libyan Country Chief for the International Organization for Migration (IOM), an UN relocation office, Federico Soda, said that those liable for the wrongdoing must be considered responsible.
Early reports uncovered that the thee Libyans on Tuesday raged an industrial facility where African travelers are working, held the person in question, and poured petroleum on him and set him ablaze with no reasonable rationale in the stunning wrongdoing.
As per the IOM, there are about a large portion of 1,000,000 travelers in Libya, with some of them having worked in the oil-creating nation before it slid into mayhem and fighting.
The IOM and the United Nations High Commission for Refugee (UNHCR), have both over and again said that Libya ought not be named being ok for travelers. (NAN)