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GERMAN GOVT BLASTS NIGERIAN GOVT OVER PROSECUTION OF NIGERIAN IN GERMANY



The German government have given a blow to Nigerian government over their request to  prosecute the Nigerian political demonstrators in Nuremberg, Germany.

The Foreign Minister and Vice Chancellor Federal Republic of Germany, Heiko Mass told Nigerian government that no protester was shot dead, imprisoned, killed or deported. Germany residents have freedom of association and the right to political protest.



They have heard about the atrocities Fulani herdsmen terrorists committed against the unarmed, innocent Nigerians through their ambassador to Nigeria, Bernhard Schlagheck. 

Read the replied below:

Heiko Maas 
Foreign Minister and Vice Chancellor 
Federal Republic of Germany 
Federal Foreign Office 
Street address: 
Werderscher Markt 1 
10117 Berlin 
Postal address: 
Federal Foreign Office 
11013 Berlin

August 20, 2019

Alhaji Muhammadu Buhari 
President of Nigeria 
Aso Rock, 
Abuja FCT, Abuja, Nigeria.

Dear Alhaji,
Subject: Request for prosecution of Nigerian political demonstrators in Nuremberg.

"I find it extremely provocative and unusually undiplomatic when a government that has created the conditions that exiled its citizens demands the same people's prosecution by the host country for demanding justice and justice from its government officials.

Germany is a democratic country that grants asylum to refugees from all over the world. Freedom of association and the right to political protest are the right of all persons resident in Germany. I, Heiko Maas, have been doused by my voters with rotten eggs and tomatoes. It comes with the office. No protester was shot dead, imprisoned, killed or deported.

Every day, my ambassador to Nigeria, Bernhard Schlagheck informs me of the atrocities Fulani terrorist Herdsmen committed against unarmed, innocent Nigerians as part of an ethnic cleansing program and eventual rug- nization of Nigeria. These atrocities include abductions, rape, torture, mutilation, slaughter and evisceration. Obviously, the demonstrators have enough.

The German Government will respond to your request to prosecute the demonstrators who have requested their representative to do his work in Nigeria as soon as you have your Fulani terrorists detained.

If Senator Ike Ekweremadu has not slept at the workplace and performed his duties as a representative of his constituents, his constituents in Nigeria will eat Yam and not eat Yam in Germany. Yam roots do not grow in Germany. Creating a suitable environment in Nigeria would lead to a brain drain that would significantly accelerate development in Nigeria.

If my ambassador in Nigeria confirms that the Fulani terrorists have been appeased, I am glad to advise the Nigerians in Germany to politely treat Nigeria dignitaries. Political protest is not a criminal offense in Germany."

Yours sincerely,
Heiko Maas



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