Law & Order Nigerian Solicitor in Dublin & Nigerian President expose Nigerian Asylum Swindlers!

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Nigerians’ reputation for crime has made them unwelcome in UK – Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari has warned Nigerians to stop trying to make asylum claims in Britain, saying that their reputation for criminality has made it hard for them to be “accepted” abroad.

Mr. Buhari added that Nigerians can stay at home where their services are needed.

An ascetic disciplinarian keen to tackle his country’s persistent problems with crime and corruption.

“Some Nigerians’ claim is that life is too difficult back home,” he was quoted as telling the Daily Telegraph of UK on Saturday.

“But they have also made it difficult for Europeans and Americans to accept them because of the number of Nigerians in prisons around the world accused of drug trafficking or human trafficking,” he said.

Asylum seeker Waheed Mudah was granted the right to Irish residency, thanks in part to representations made to the justice minister by the Law Society and some close friends.

Waheed spoke to Mark McDermott about his experience

“When you are somebody from a non-EU country and you are seeking residency here, it is known to you, me and most people that the majority of asylum seekers are not asylum seekers in the true sense.

It’s just to give you a platform to get a visa or permission to remain in the country.

So I applied first and was refused.

I appealed, making my application under section 3 of the Immigration Act 1999 – which is for leave to remain on humanitarian grounds. " 2006/april2006.pdf