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On Their First Day Back in Session, Nigeria’s House of Representatives Put Chinese Immigrants on the Agenda

Members of Nigeria's House of Representatives during a plenary session on April 28, 2020. Photo via @HouseNGR.

On their first day back from a five-week recess, Nigeria’s House of Representatives did not waste any time in addressing the still-simmering issue of the treatment of Nigerians and other Africans by Chinese authorities in Guangzhou. These legislators are still angry over how the situation unfolded and they made that clear in their plenary session on Tuesday.

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