VIDEO: Full documentary on Nigerians jailed in China Reviewed by Momizat on . Channels Television's correspondent, Deji Bademosi dissects the problem of Nigerians in prison in various Chinese prison. He spoke with the families of the inma Channels Television's correspondent, Deji Bademosi dissects the problem of Nigerians in prison in various Chinese prison. He spoke with the families of the inma Rating:
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VIDEO: Full documentary on Nigerians jailed in China

Channels Television’s correspondent, Deji Bademosi dissects the problem of Nigerians in prison in various Chinese prison. He spoke with the families of the inmates, Human Right Activists, Non-governmental Organisations and a former inmate in a Chinese prison.

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  • http://YourWebsite... UsaveOne
  • http://channelstv uchenna orji

    Nice to have channels tv as a broadcasting network,in our country Nigeria,not only just about showing what’s hapening here but all around the world. Goodluck

  • http://YourWebsite... Tony

    Good job, by Deji and his editorial crew.

    It is true that some convicts committed the offense while some did not. I want to state a fact concerning Nigerian government dealing or posing a nonchalant reaction towards Nigerian citizen abroad confronting one problem or the other.

    It took an eye for eye before South Africa adjusted their position about deported Nigerian immigrants.
    My concern is unfair prosecution before these people are jailed.
    In my own opinion, their citizen should be arrested in Nigeria and jail without fear trier. This will get to Chinese embassy and quicken their thinking about injustice to other citizens in their country.
    This documentary should be more published in order to avert next trap of this ordeal.

  • http://YourWebsite... Straight Talk

    Look at the list shown, all the names therein are Ibo names..It’s high time Ibo leaders called a roundtable and sensitize their people about dangers inherent in doing drugs

    • Nabyke

      STRAIGHT TALK,
      Local champions like you hardly see beyond their noses.
      If you were to be Deji you would have called off the quest on noticing they are not your tribe.
      However, Deji, I wish you more grease to your elbow. You are not far from becoming a true statesman.

      • Otupko

         Please talk to your people too. It wouldn’t do them any good. Igbo should have re-think. I live abroad but always scare to make friend with them because of their drug and criminal life. I rarely see them doing decent job like others. and this portray all bad  abroad. Government can’t do anything to safe any criminal citizen.

  • http://YourWebsite... BabaT

    Deji and the production team must be commended for this superlative documentary. It is an award winning piece, really.
    Ideally, relevant authorities should take this very serious and initiate definite action without politicizing it. If the account of one of the ex-convict is anything to go by, some of them might have been unjustly incarcerated. Therefore, it is not only about exchange of prisoners but about fair hearing and justice…
    But is the “ideally” not a mirage in this country? It is unfortunate…
    God bless Channels TV.

  • http://www.facebook.com/isaac.olorunisola Isaac Olorunisola

    Good job Deji…….The govt shld make home habitable!

  • John_ditimiya

    lovely one hope they gain their freedom one day, Mr Deji and the crew good job.

  • Bcrossont

    Hi everyone reply if u Nigerian

  • taiwoone

    Please visit São Paulo,Brazil-Colombia cocaine transit hub for Nigerians. It’s impossible to proudly identify yourself as a Nigerian in Brazil, because Nigerians are notoriously noted for drug trafficking here in Brazil, hence it’s so embarrassing for Nigerian professionals who are always objects of jokes in Brazil – the population of Nigerians in Jail in Brazil is far greater than Nigerians wandering freely at São Paulo downtown city

    • Otupko

      Check the list they must be all Igbos. shameless and greedy tribe.

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