Police in Goa, India on Thursday, arrested a Nigerian nationwide recognized as Ehijene Kenneth, for illegally staying in the nation.
Police Inspector Jivba Dalvi knowledgeable that he, together with workers, have been on Motorized vehicle checking in the jurisdiction after they seen a international nationwide driving a scooter.
The crew of police requested the man to cease, however he tried to flee from the spot. Nonetheless, the police chased and arrested him.
Throughout investigation, Kenneth was not in a position to produce passport, visa or any journey doc, following which he was booked below part 3(2)(a) and 6(a) of Passport Entry into India Modification Guidelines, part 6(a) of Passport Act, part 7(3)(iii) of Foreigners Order Act 1946 R/w Part 14 of Foreigners Act 1948.
The police additionally detained the proprietor of the scooter, which the Nigerian nationwide was driving.
A case has additionally been registered in opposition to the scooter proprietor below Part 336 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) for giving the scooter on lease to a international nationwide with out correct verification.
He has additionally been charged for permitting an individual with out a legitimate license to drive the automobile endangering human life and the private security of others, below Part 180 of Motor Automobile Act.
The police additionally registered a case in opposition to the proprietor of the home, the place the Nigerian nationwide was residing.
In the course of the investigation, it was discovered that Kenneth was staying on the residence of Sanjiv Verlekar in Candolim, who didn’t submit any C- kind to the Foreigners Regional Registration Workplace (FRRO), Panaji concerning the stay of the Nigerian nationwide.
One other case has been filed in opposition to the proprietor of the home below Part 14 of Foreigners Act, 1946.