- The Nigerian Youth Movement of Switzerland has petitioned the EFCC, SGF, and the ministry of foreign affairs
- This is following allegations of corruption by officials of the Nigerian Embassy in Bern
- Irydaer Omobude, the youth leader of the group, disclosed this in a petition
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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has been petitioned by the Nigerian Youth Movement of Switzerland in a letter demanding a probe into the alleged corrupt practices by officials of the Nigerian Embassy in Bern.
According to The Guardian, the group in a petition signed by its youth leader, Irydaer Omobude, also petitioned the Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF) and the ministry of foreign affairs.
The group has called on the federal government to recall the ambassador, Baba Madugu and Mrs. Kemi Amuda back to Nigeria with immediate effect.
The youth movement went on to accuse the ambassador of using swiss police to intimidate Nigerians on appointment from coming to the embassy. It said it notified the Nigerian Embassy officials in Bern of their actions in a letter dated January 24, 2020.
The group added that though the embassy has not replied to the letter, majority of the Nigerian community has lost confidence in the embassy.
The youth movement accused Madugu and Amuda of not serving the interests of Nigeria and her nationals in the foreign country, asking that they be recalled with immediate effect.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that the Nigerian high commission in Canada on Tuesday, August 18, announced an indefinite suspension of its activities following an attack on one of its staff.
The suspension is also coming amidst requests for several passport renewals from Nigerians in the country.
In a statement provided on its website, the Nigerian high commission also noted that the special intervention arrangements for emergency cases have been suspended as well.
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