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LEAKED: UAE police secretly arresting Nigerians (Video)
Africans residence in the United Arab Emirates appears to be experiencing shelter challenges following leaked footage depicting the arrest of some non-indigenous residents of the country.
The surfaced clip shows over ten Africans secretly chained, handcuffed, and being conveyed to an unknown destination.
The victims decry apprehension and deportation of mostly Nigerians, to their various countries.
The circulating video has since prompted fear among families their children or relatives reside in UAE.
Nigeria’s foreign ministry may give attention to the footage.
Some of those who managed to speak while secretly taking video records of themselves noted ‘they just dey deport everybody o, both Nigerians Cameroonians, Ghanaians’.
They urged the public to help reshare the provided clip in what they described as ‘racism’ said God will punish Dubai officials.
This is coming hours after the military in Guinea topped their president in what appeared to be a coup on Sunday, the country’s media reported.
Speaking at the Guinea capital, Conakry, the military lead colonel, Mamady Doumbouya government of Alpha Conde, the president has been suspended including the constitution.
The soldiers largely dominated by young armies said the nation’s national assembly was also dissolved.
This followed wide jubilation across states, bikers, motorists, civil servants were spotted rallying, jumping at the break of Sunday’s development. Watch