#EndSARS: Egypt to deport 7 Nigerian protesters, says NIDCOM

By Oluwaseun Sonde

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The Nigerian in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM) has given an update on the Eight Nigerians detained in Cairo for protesting on the 18 October, 2020 without a permit, while Egyptian authorities decided to deport seven for lack of resident permit and Visas.

The Commission gave the update on its official social platform on Monday, the only remaining Nigerian who has Residency will get final clearance from the Egyptian Interior Minister, Mahmoud Tawfik after signing an undertaking not to be involved in unauthorized activities when still in the Egypt.

It was recalled, NIDCOM gave an update earlier, that the Nigerian mission in Cairo has had extensive deliberations with the Cairo ministry of Foreign Affairs,Interior as well as the Diplomatic Police while the 8 detained Nigerians, 4 men and 4 women were assured Of decent treatment in detention.

They also assured their release after thorough investigations on why the Nigerians flouted the laws of the land, check the status of their residence permits, and they will write an undertaking not to embark on any acts inimical to the Egyptian laws.

As the Nigerian mission continued to engage with the Egyptian authorities to see to the release of the Nigerian protesters, while Nigerian in Diaspora Commission will monitor the situation and give an update.

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