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Do Not Go To School In Cyprus, Over 100 Nigerian Students Have Been killed In Cyprus – FG Warns Parents Against Sending Kids To School In Cyprus
The Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NiDCOM) has disclosed that over 100 Nigerian students studying in Northern Cyprus have been killed between 2016 and 2020 in Mysterious circumstances and the culprits were never prosecuted. It was gathered that among the victims, is the 25-year old son of Justice Amina Bello of the Kaduna State High Court, Ibrahim Bello.
Other victims include Kennedy Taomwabwa Dede, 28, student of Eastern Mediterranean University killed on February 1, 2018; Walshak Augustine Ngok, a student of Marine Engineering at Near East University, murdered on April 19, 2019,” the statement said.
The statement, signed by NiDCOM media officer, Gabriel Odu, was titled, “Death of Ibrahim Bello: NiDCOM demands justice, urges students to avoid Northern Cyprus universities.”
Ibrahim who until his death was a Civil Engineering student at the Girne American University in Girne (Kyrenia) was killed in suspicious circumstances by unknown persons in October last year. However, the authorities claimed he committed suicide by jumping from a seven-storey building.
The bereaved mother while presenting a petition on the alleged murder to the Chairman, NiDCOM, Abike Dabiri-Erewa, in Abuja on Monday, said her demand for justice was not only for her son but also for other Nigerian students who had died mysteriously in the Girne American University Girne (Kyrenia), and other institutions in Northern Cyprus.
Justice Bello called for an investigation into the death of his son and those found culpable to be prosecuted as there was nothing to show that it was a suicide.
Meanwhile, the Federal Government through the Nigerians in Diaspora Commission has warned Nigerian parents against sending their children to universities in Northern Cyprus over the incessant and mysterious killing of Nigerians; stating that it was too risky to send children to the schools in Northern Cyprus as hundreds of Nigerian students had been killed there mysteriously without any conclusive investigations carried out.