Abike Dabiri assures of unraveling death of Elizabeth Ndubuisi killed in South Africa

Abike Dabiri assures of unraveling death of Elizabeth Ndubuisi killed in South Africa

- Abike Dabiri-Erewa has assured that everything would be done to unravel the death of Elizabeth Ndubuisi

- Dabiri-Erewa, who is the chairman of the Nigerian in Diaspora, says no cover up will be allowed in the death of the Nigerian national

- Ndubuisi was found dead in her room at Emperor’s Palace Casino, Hotel and Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa

The chairman of the Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM), Abike Dabiri-Erewa, has assured that everything would be done to unravel the death of Elizabeth Ndubuisi, a Nigerian national who was said to have been strangled in South Africa.

Recall that Ndubuisi, who was said to be the deputy director general of Chartered Insurance Institute of Nigeria (CIIN) was found dead in her room at Emperor’s Palace Casino, Hotel and Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa.

Legit.ng gathers that she was in South Africa to attend the conference of the African Insurance Organisation (AIO).

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Dabiri-Erewa made the assurance in a tweet on Monday, July 7, in which she said no cover up would be allowed.

She tweeted: "Everything will be done to unravel the death of such a great woman. Our mission in Joburg will ensure that We will not relent I’m demanding this.

"No cover up will be allowed.I have faith in our mission in Jo burg. Investigations will be thorough. It’s a painful period. We must ensure matter unraveled.

The CG in Joburg has assured that investigations will be thorough and transparent .And I believe it will."

Below is her tweet:

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the chairman of the Nigerian Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM), Abike Dabiri-Erewa, condemned the attacks on Nigerians in Kumasi area of Ghana, saying it is xenophobic.

The chairman of the commission also called for the protection of the rights of Nigerians in Ghana while speaking with the country’s consular general in Nigeria.

Dabiri-Erewa asked the consular-general, James Nyasembi, to assure her that nothing of such would happen to any Nigerian in Ghana again.

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She said: “We need your assurances from Nigerian traders particularly in Ghana of their protection. We are here to appeal to you to protect Nigerians in Ghana, especially the traders, and to ensure that such an incident will not happen anymore.”

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