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Chinese Embassy in Nigeria Warns Against Overstaying, Kidnapping, Organ Harvesting

Chinese diplomatic missions in Nigeria issued stern warnings to Chinese nationals in-country not to overstay their visas and to be more attentive to their personal security. The latter message also warned residents against the danger of kidnapping, saying that victims also face the danger of having their organs harvested.

The embassy clearly stated on its website last Friday that it’s the responsibility of each individual to ensure all visas/immigration documents are current otherwise the embassy will not help them as it “does not defend illegal acts”

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