- A Nigerian woman arrested in India from her shop and kept in detention for hours with her two kids has called for help
- In a series of videos that have gone viral, the woman said that the Indian police are yet to tell her what crime she was arrested for
- Many Nigerians who reacted to her video are wondering why people are travelling to such a country to seek greener pastures
A Nigerian woman has in a video shared on Instagram by @instablog9ja, said that since she was arrested by Delhi police at 6 pm, she has been unable to get bail.
Pointing towards her kids playing on the floor, the woman revealed that after the police asked for her name and nationality, they have not come forward to tell her why she was detained.
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She was taken from her shop
The lady stated that at 11 pm, her children were yet to eat anything. According to her, the kids were only able to manage what they brought to them because they were so hungry.
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She revealed that at past 1 am, the police said that she would have to sleep in detention as the person handling her case is not around.
The mother of two said she was taken from her shop even though she has not done anything wrong.
Watch her video below (swipe):
At the time of writing this report, the video has gathered more than 2,000 comments with thousands of likes.
Legit.ng compiled some of them below:
"Chai india!!! Sumall yansh Dey shake ooo."
"Buh Waitin una dey find for India sef."
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"I like d way her mouth Dey run."
"Na Nigeria Government cause all this mess, if country better no one will travel for daily bread."
"Those children are too young too b in such environment for long, Wetin dy happen gon, God pls intervene...some comments are just ridiculous as in d way some of u think Sha."
Man arrested in Thailand
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian man identified as Onyebuchi Johnbosco Ezedinugwu had been arrested by the Thailand immigration police for living in the country for seven years with a 60-day tourist visa.
The 40-year-old man was said to have landed in Thailand in April 2014 on a 60-day tourist visa with permission to stay until June 25th of the same year.
According to the report, immigration is targeting people from Africa to check if they have a valid visa. This is part of measures associated with the COVID-19 pandemic.