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How a Nigerian Diplomat was brutalised like a common criminal in Indonesia

By Guardian Exclusive
11 August 2021   |   11:54 am
A Nigerian diplomat has been brutalised by Indonesian Immigration officials. It is unclear what led to the incident but the official was harassed in front of the Nigerian diplomatic mission in the Asian country, on Saturday.

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