The International Organization for Migration (IOM) in collaboration with Nigeria in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM), is to hold second summit for 28 states diaspora focal point officers and standing committee on diaspora Matters.
While announcing the summit IOM’s Chief of Mission Frantz Celestin released this in a statement in Maiduguri.
He disclosed that Some Nigerians hope to heave a sigh of relief assuring that they are to get the backings of their country while in diaspora.
According to him Mr. and Mrs. Itoro Solomon who live in Legmo Germany is a typical example.
He said they are victims of what they both term as injustice and risk losing everything including their nuclear family.
And Currently their three kids ages 5, 4 and 22 months old have been taken away from them and they have been locked up.
While lamenting living conditions in diaspora Mr. Solomon said that he live in Legmo and on May 2 2019 they cut his daughters white hair in kindergarten.