Recent reports have revealed that on Tuesday, October 18, the Chinese government opened police stations in Nigeria and 20 additional countries across the world.
The move, according to the report, was geared at tackling the increasing criminal activities of China’s citizens in foreign countries. These reports were all according to: “110 Overseas Chinese Transnational Policing Gone Wild,” published by an organization known as the Safeguard Defender.
Lesotho and Tanzania are the two other African countries with Chinese police stations.
The report article read: “Rather than cooperating with local authorities in the full respect of territorial sovereignty, it (China) prefers to cooperate with (United Front-linked) overseas ‘NGOs’ or ‘civil society associations’ across the ﬁve continents, setting up an alternative policing and judicial system within third countries, and implicating those organizations in the illegal methods employed to pursue fugitives, first hand.”