TUC ex-president make case for distressed Nigerians in Diaspora

TUC ex-president make case for distressed Nigerians in Diaspora

A former President of the Trade Union Congress (TUC), Peter Esele, has described as unfortunate recent report of five Nigerians who were executed in Dubai for armed robbery as unfortunate. Esele harped on the need for Nigerian government to enhance efforts at supporting its citizens in foreign Countries. He making haste to offer “banner official

A former President of the Trade Union Congress (TUC), Peter Esele, has described as unfortunate recent report of five Nigerians who were executed in Dubai for armed robbery as unfortunate.

Esele harped on the need for Nigerian government to enhance efforts at supporting its citizens in foreign Countries.

He making haste to offer “banner official statements ridden with diplomatic clichés and moral sentiments” do not offer much by way of solutions.

The former TUC President, who spoke at the Weekend in Benin, said this had become imperative in view of the report of five Nigerians arrested for armed robbery in Dubai and the response by Dabiri-Erewa.

According to him, though I am not justifying crime in any form, but when you name, shame and humiliate the so-called guilty, you make it harder for others, even the innocent to be respected and treated with dignity abroad.

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