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Nigeria: Are Nigerians abroad more “human”?

Adeola discusses the treatment of Nigerians at home and abroad: “Why do the foreign embassies respect Nigerians living abroad but disrespect Nigerians at home? Why are they more relaxed with their visa application rules with the same Nigerians abroad than at home? Are Nigerians abroad more human than Nigerians at home?”

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  • 'Bunmi

    Nigerians living abroad may be at a slight advantage than those at home. However, we still go through a tougher screening process at foreign embassies than the citizens of our respective host country

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