Immigration DG: Student's detention followed procedure
KUALA LUMPUR: The Nigerian, whose death while in custody led to a protest here, was arrested and detained according to procedure, says Immigration director-general Datuk Khairul Dzaimee Daud.
While his papers were deemed valid, he said the officers were suspicious due to his actions at the time.
However, medical treatment was administrated to him for an old thigh injury.
The department, he said, was still waiting for a complete medical report and the cause of death.
“However, they dispersed when told to do so by the police,” he saidRead more: The Star
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