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15 Chinese Who Landed In Nigeria On April 8 Have Commenced Work In Abuja – Minister

Minister of Interior, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola, has said that the 15-member Chinese medical team, who came into Nigeria on April 8 this year have commenced work in Abuja, the nation’s federal capital.

Responding to media enquiries as to the whereabouts of the Chinese, the minister said that they came to Nigeria on the bill of CCECC, a Chinese company working in Nigeria

“Indeed, 15 Chinese nationals came into Nigeria on April 8, 2020 and from everything we have heard and said, they are here on the bill of CCECC, a Chinese company working in Nigeria, doing some work for us in several places and in conjunction with some Nigerian companies agree to support us in the effort to respond to the Pandemic.

“At Idu in Abuja, they participated in retrofitting and equipping the isolation there. They equally worked on the Dome project that was handled by the NNPC Consortium in conjunction with Thisday. So, those were the locations in which they came to work.

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“They helped in retrofitting the two facilities and installing critical, essential and sensitive medical equipment. They came in 15 of them, on April 8. “They came on a 30-day Visa issued in Beijing. They are still here.

“I do not need to tell you why they are still here. They are still here not because they have not completed their job but because there is a restriction on travels in Nigeria, occasioned by the protocol of Covid-19.”

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