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Chinese Government Denies Funding Terrorists To Access Nigerian Resources

The Chinese government has denied providing money to terrorists so they can enter mining sites in Nigeria and has stated that it will never finance terrorism in any way.
China issued a statement rejecting its involvement in the financing of terrorists to gain access to Nigeria’s mineral wealth in response to a story by the British news outlet The Times.

‘Chinese ‘bribed Nigerian terrorists for access to massive mineral deposits,’ according to a report dated April 15, 2023. reported that “Beijing may be supporting terrorism in Nigeria indirectly.”

The report is “based on unverified, unclear, and unproven information,” the Chinese Embassy claimed, “to which we have to express our strong dissatisfaction and objection.”

“The Chinese government, as well as the Chinese Embassy in Nigeria, have always encouraged and urged the Chinese companies and nationals in Nigeria to abide by the laws and regulations of Nigeria, and to implement the local rules and guidance on labour, environment, health and safety, etc, and would continue their efforts in this regard,” the statement added.

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“The Chinese government was and would never be involved in any form of funding terrorism.

“The allegations contained in the report were totally irresponsible and unethical, and the intention of the report is seriously questioned.
“For the past decades, the bilateral cooperation between China and Nigeria has brought tangible benefits to our bilateral ties and  the well-being of the two peoples. We will continue to work with the Nigerian government to promote development and address security issues.

“We welcome international partners to join our efforts in good faith, but would reject any intention or action that would smear our cooperation.”

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