Plight of Nigerians resident of Malaysia and Japan sign now

Nigerians living abroad face different kind of sufferings. apart from leaving behind in Nigeria their loved one in order to look for sustainance. they sometimes receive bad and prejudice treatment from some members of the host countries.
However, the worst part of it is that the Nigerian High commission in those countries do not help the situation, instead, they also add to the suffering of their own citezen.
This is not a unsubstantiate accussation, since I can point to two important evidences of lack of concern from the part of Nigerian Missions at both Malayaia and Japan.
I know a student whose passport expired in Malaysia at the middle of his studies. When he approached the embassy in KL for replacement of the passport, the old passport he was issued was not properly laminated and looked as it has been tampered with by the holder. The passport was rejected by the british embassy on suspicious that it was not a genuine one. But all effort of the holder to get the officer of the embassy to respond to the allegation of the british embassy either by giving a certification letter that the passport was issued by the embassy or calling the british embassy for clarification was turn down by the passport unit of Nigerian embassy. This problem is the source of draw back in the victim academic progress until this moment.
The second problem happend in Nigerian Embassy in Tokyo, when a Nigerian approached Nigerian Embassy for renewing his passport afater he has exhusted all the pages of his passport. he was told that, there is no booklet in Tokyo, they will go to Hong Kong to make a new passport for him, but he has to pay addtional money for airfare of the officer to Hong kong which he paid, but after three months, his money for passport and air ticket contribution was returned to him with excuse that, there was no enough applicants that can facilitate the trip to Hong kong. The guy has to go back to Nigeria in order to get new passport.
It is time now to show our dissatisfaction on how we are being treated by our own governmnet in these countries, after all, they are here partly because of us.

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  • 05 February 20102. shelley
    I think international embassys in such countries should review the way they deal with tourists problems it seems outragous that such events are allwoed to occur.
  • 01 February 20101. Maria
    All people should be treated with respect and fairly!

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