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Nigerian legal team sues China for USD 200 billion for outbreak

After Nigeria’s earlier controversy over the non-treatment of citizens in China during the epidemic, the two countries were once again affected by the new coronary pneumonia epidemic. In Nigeria, a group of lawyers decided to file a lawsuit and seek 200 billion US dollars from China.

A legal team in Nigeria sued China for the epidemic and demanded a compensation of US $ 200 billion. 
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According to Nigerian media reports, a team of lawyers in Nigeria is ready to sue China and seek compensation of US $ 200 billion. Epiphany Azinge, the chief representative of the lawyers’ group, issued a statement that China should bear the responsibility of New Coronary Pneumonia and compensate Nigeria for loss of life, economic loss, social unrest, national trauma, mental torture, and the destruction of people’s daily lives, and A complaint has been issued to the Chinese government through the Nigerian Embassy in this regard.

The report pointed out that the Nigerian legal team will first file a complaint with the Federal High Court of Nigeria, and then persuade the Nigerian government to file a national lawsuit against China in the International Court of Justice in The Hague.

A total of 1,337 people have been diagnosed in Nigeria so far, and 40 people have died.

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