Fearing crack down, Nigerians in Goa flee to Mumbai, claim two Goa BJP MLAs supporting killers

 

 

At least over a 100 Nigerians fled the State of Goa on Thursday night to reach Mumbai on Friday, fearing a widespread crackdown against them. Vakola near Santa cruz East in suburban Mumbai and Mira Road on the outskirts of Mumbai are known to be Nigerian and African strongholds with almost 300 Nigerians living in Mira Road itself. Some Nigerians have married Indian women from the lower strata of society including house maids and domestic helps which enables them to get local support here.

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Nigerian Murder: Process to deport Nigerians begins

 

 

PANAJI: The foreigners registration office (FRO) has begun verifying the passports and travel documents of the 52 Nigerians arrested on Thursday for holding up the NH-17, damaging public property, and clashing with the police, following the murder of countryman Obodo Uzoma Simeon.

The police department too is expected to soon begin combing operations to identify foreigners staying in Goa illegally and those with criminal cases against them so as to deport them.

 

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Fearing witch hunt, Nigerians in Goa plan to move HC & National Human Rights Commission

 

 

As reported earlier on Newz66.com, at least a 100 Nigerians fled the State of Goa on Thursday night via motor bikes and any other and every means of transport they could find, to reach Mumbai on Friday, fearing a widespread crackdown and witch hunt against them. The Nigerians who are present in strength in Mumbai, Bangalore and Delhi have formed a group and plan to move the National Human Rights Commission, besides the High Court of Bombay at Goa, it is learnt.

 

 

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Shame: “Goan locals in Parra live in constant fear of boisterous Nigerians”

 

 

It is a matter of great shame for Goans in Goa that several Goemkars we spoke to on Thursday in Parra – after an alleged drug-related murder of a Nigerian and the subsequent rioting and blockade of NH 17 for over four hours – that locals in Siolim,  Arpora and Vagator confirmed on condition of anonymity that they live in constant fear of the noisy, boisterous charged-up and aggressive Nigerians.

 

 

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