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China Starts the examinations of a Nigerian



The Representative General of Nigeria in Guangzhou, China, Rib Oloko, on Wednesday said the Chinese Police specialists had initiated examination concerning the passing of a Nigerian, Unachukwu Nwajueze. 

Mr Oloko, in an announcement e-messaged to the News Office of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos, said the late Nwajueze kicked the bucket at the Tong advertise in Guangzhou on August 12. 

The Diplomat General said it took the brief intercession of the consular officials to quiet different Nigerians who requested to know the reason for Nwajueze's demise. 

"The Department General of Nigeria in Guangzhou knows about the demise of a Nigerian national, Unachukwu Nwajueze, an occupant of Guangzhou, China, at Tong showcase territory of the city at about 4.30 p.m. on August 12. 

"At the point when the Office was reached, we rapidly sent two consular officials to the location of the occurrence, where they had the option to quiet other anxious Nigerians in the zone. 

"The police experts are right now examining the conditions that prompted the passing of Unachukwu Nwajueze,'' he said. 

The Emissary General, who said he had paid a sympathy visit to the spouse, relatives and companions of the late Nwajueze, spoke to different Nigerians to resist the urge to panic, while the examination was on. 

Mr Oloko likewise said he had met with a delegate of the administration of the commonplace government who communicated the sympathies of the commonplace experts to the spouse and relatives. 

"The agent passed on the sympathies of the common specialists and guaranteed that fitting examination would be completed as per the general inclination of all gatherings as per the laws of China. 

"He exhorted the Department to relate with the Guangzhou Metropolitan Open Security experts to guarantee a quick goals of the case,'' he said.

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