Protesters on Thursday vandalised the Nigerian Embassy within the Indonesian capital metropolis of Jakarta.
This comes lower than per week after a constructing on the premises of the Nigerian Excessive Fee in Accra, Ghana was demolished.
In video clips shared on social media, the protesters, who’re Nigerians, are seen protesting alleged discriminatory practices and infringement on their elementary human rights by Indonesian immigration officers.
“Nigeria just isn’t serving to us on this nation. We don’t have an Embassy. We no go gree,” they chanted carrying placards.
A white bus on the premises of the embassy was destroyed, together with home windows and doorways of the constructing.
The mob additionally introduced down the Nigerian flag and shred it into items.
Condemning the assault late Thursday, Minister of International Affairs, Geoffrey Onyeama, wrote on Twitter: “Completely deplorable and disgraceful legal behaviour by Nigerian hooligans who with out justification attacked the Nigerian Embassy in Jakarta, Indonesia immediately.”
The minister assured that the perpetrators could be ‘severely punished’.