Title Nigeria: 1. Please provide information relating to: (i) Whether a Christian person affiliated with the People's Democratic Party (PDP) and who intends to work in the oil industry would be at risk of harm from MEND (a) in the Niger Delta, and (b) elsewhere in Nigeria; a) Whether such a person would be at risk of harm from MEND in the Niger Delta. b) Whether such a person would be at risk of harm from MEND elsewhere in Nigeria. (ii) whether a person who had studied petroleum engineering, but worked in Nigeria in a different field, would be at risk of harm from MEND; (iii) whether such a person is at risk from MEND because he is a member of a well-educated, moderately well-off family and has a father who was a member of the ruling party PDP; (iv) whether the police in Edo State, and in Nigeria generally, would be willing and able to protect such people from the risk of harm from MEND
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 4 March 2011
Country Nigeria
Topics Christian | Communal conflict / Social conflict | State protection
Citation / Document Symbol NGA38309
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, Nigeria: 1. Please provide information relating to: (i) Whether a Christian person affiliated with the People's Democratic Party (PDP) and who intends to work in the oil industry would be at risk of harm from MEND (a) in the Niger Delta, and (b) elsewhere in Nigeria; a) Whether such a person would be at risk of harm from MEND in the Niger Delta. b) Whether such a person would be at risk of harm from MEND elsewhere in Nigeria. (ii) whether a person who had studied petroleum engineering, but worked in Nigeria in a different field, would be at risk of harm from MEND; (iii) whether such a person is at risk from MEND because he is a member of a well-educated, moderately well-off family and has a father who was a member of the ruling party PDP; (iv) whether the police in Edo State, and in Nigeria generally, would be willing and able to protect such people from the risk of harm from MEND, 4 March 2011, NGA38309, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/4e2eb32b2.html [accessed 20 December 2014]
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