4yo Nigerian girl, others placed on watchlist by Indian authorities

 

A young Nigerian girl who is just 4 years old along with her parents have been placed on watch list in India.

According to SaharaReporters, the four-year-old girl, Ugochi Nwosu Christian, who was born on February 12, 2016 in India and her parent, Tochukwu and Olivia Nwosu Christian, are among 40 Nigerians the Mandideep Police Station, Raisen District of the State of Mandya Pradesh filed First Information Respondent and a Look-Out Circular against, documents seen by SaharaReporters have showed.

Look-Out Circular is synonymous with the Interpol Red Alert.

This means none of the accused persons can leave India without being arrested at the airport or any of the country’s borders.

It was gathered that three of the accused individuals have already been arrested at various airports in India and are currently being held in jail without trial.

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One of them, Steve Egbo from Edo State, who approached the Delhi Immigration office to get proper documents to visit his family in Nigeria, was sent to a deportation camp in South-West Delhi and later arrested on 6th of April 2019.

Egbo was shackled from New Delhi to Sub-jail in Goharganj Village, a remote area in Raising district in the state of Mandya Pradesh, and has been in detention for 19 months without trial.

Another accused on the list identified as Osahon, also from Edo State, was arrested on March 1, 2020 at Mumbai International Airport en-route Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport.

He was sent to Andhery police station in Mumbai before he was shackled from Mumbai to Sub-jail in Goharganj Village where he has been detained without trial.

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The third accused currently in custody is one Osamuyimen Gaius Obasogie, who is from Edo State.

He was arrested at Indira Ghandi International Airport in New Delhi en-route Nigeria on 12th October 2020.

He was shackled by a team of policemen from Koh-e-fiza Police Station to Bhopal in the state of Mandya Pradesh.

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