Nigerian Asylum Seeker Seeks Police Declaration of Being Wanted for Embassy Asylum Application

Nigerian Asylum Seeker’s Astonishing Request: Seeking Police Declaration for Asylum Application:

In an unexpected turn of events, Benjamin Hundeyin, the Lagos State Police Command Spokesperson, revealed a surprising encounter with a Nigerian individual seeking asylum abroad.

The individual, rather unusually, approached the police and requested to be officially declared wanted to facilitate his asylum application process.

Stupefying Exchange: Unveiling the Peculiar Asylum Appeal:

Sharing the perplexing incident on Saturday via X, Hundeyin recounted the dialogue with the asylum seeker. Stating, “‘Please, declare me wanted!’ I was stupefied.

I blinked and looked at him again. ‘What did you say,’ I asked.” The Nigerian persisted in his unusual request, emphasizing that he sought the official declaration from the police to provide evidence during his asylum application.

Motivation Behind the Unusual Request: Asylum Application Articulated:

Upon further inquiry, the asylum seeker clarified his motive behind the peculiar request. He explained that, in the asylum application process at a specific embassy (referred to as “xyz Embassy”), he had asserted being persecuted to the extent of being declared wanted by the police.

To substantiate this claim, the embassy required evidence of the official “wanted” declaration, prompting the individual to seek it directly from the police as the authentic source.

Adamawa State Police Confirm Arrests in Shocking Murder Case:

In a separate development, the Adamawa State Police Command confirmed the apprehension of three individuals connected to the horrifying murder of Bilkisu Alhaji Idi.

The victim was tragically found beheaded at the Happy Day Quest Inn Hotel in Yola North Local Government Area, sparking outrage in the community.

Arrested Individuals and Ongoing Investigation: Responding to a Gruesome Discovery:

Police Public Relations Officer, SP Suleiman Yahaya Nguroje, identified the detained individuals as Offa Jacob and Yifarta Caleb, receptionists at the hotel, and Habibu Isah, a security guard.

The arrests followed the shocking discovery on January 18, 2024. SP Nguroje assured the public of a comprehensive investigation, emphasizing the gravity with which the Adamawa Police Command is addressing this sensitive case.

Victim’s Ex-Husband’s Heart-Wrenching Encounter: Providing Disturbing Testimony:

The distressing turn of events included the victim’s ex-husband, who, wishing to remain anonymous, shared his encounter with the police.

Summoned to the Karewa Division and later to the Adamawa Police headquarters, he was confronted with the tragic news of his former wife’s beheading, marking a profoundly sorrowful chapter in this unfolding narrative.

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