Nigerian-Born Activist Orders President Buhari To Close Down Nigerian Embassy In The UK

Nigerian-Born Activist Orders President Buhari To Close Down Nigerian Embassy In The UK

A Nigerian-born, British human rights activist, Alexia Thomas, has  ordered the President of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari to close down the Nigerian Embassy in UK in about 48hours or risk the chance of an all-out breakdown of law and order.

The activist, Professor Alexia Thomas, warned that the high rate of corruption at the Nigerian Embassy in the UK has given cause for agitation. She added that protesters and angry Nigerians are likely to set fire on the Nigerian House, if the president does not heed the call.

Alexia who doubles as Chairman of the Commonwealth Liberation Party (TCLP), a registered political party in United Kingdom (UK) and President of the Independent Diplomat Commission (IDC), said the embassy has to be shut down due to unchecked corruption, fraud, illegal arrest, and criminal torture of Nigerians detained in various British immigration centers across the Queen’s enclave.

According to a CNN Report, Alexia disclosed that a formidable uprising and protests is already in the works by the Nigerian community in UK to set ablaze the Nigerian consulate.

She said that the agitation would be held to tell the world the true story of how officials of the Nigerian Embassy trade every Nigerian deportee in the hands of UK Border Agency,  for the sum of 3,000 pounds.

Alexia informed that there is a conspiracy between British immigration and UK Border Agency, one which she revealed in the course of her interview.

The activist therefore called on President Buhari to act fast, and salvage the situation before it goes into total ruins. President Buhari has always reiterated that his administration is themed around change, thus, corruption will not be accommodated at any level.

The president vowed that his administration will fight corrupt elements who are trying to stop the war against corruption in the country.

 

 

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