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Tuesday, 8 August 2017

Nigerian in Malaysia suffers tragedy trying to escape from police..

- A Nigerian man in Malaysia almost lost his life while fleeing from police
- He reportedly jumped from his house to escape from them
- He had to undergo emergency treatment following the accident 
A Nigerian man in Malaysia suffered serious tragedy after he allegedly jumped from his house while trying to escape from policemen over his documents. Report gathered by a Nigerian living in Malaysia, "he said the victim did not have his documents necessary to continue to still stay in the country and in an attempt to escape from policemen jumped from his house and broke his spinal cord. 
He said the name of the victim has not been given and appealed to the Nigerian government to make things better in the country in order to to secure the future of the youths." 

Read the Report:
It sad news again for Igbo`s in Malaysia Everyday Nigerian are dying in abroad and Nigeria government are not doing anything One of your brother just jumped from his house when he was running for police because he don't have documents that`s why he is running. 

If our country Nigeria is good how can people be running for deportation or anything? Other African countries are not like this, it is only Nigeria. His family is waiting for their son to come back and rejoice with them now see the result. 
We need to secure the future of the youths in our country Nigeria or we divide this country and let everyone go on they own. 
It happened just 12 hours ago at Kefe Kepong Kual Lumpur in Malaysia. His spinal cord is all broken and his name is not yet provided All these problems are happening every week people are dying because of immigration and police case.

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