NigeriaRacism: FGN Revokes British Businessman’s Visa, Work Permits

Racism: FGN Revokes British Businessman’s Visa, Work Permits

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Abuja, Nigeria – Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) has revoked a Nigerian-based British businessman’s visa and work permits over alleged racism behaviour and favouritism.

Mr. Roger Brown

For ‘various allegations’, Mr. Roger Brown, a CEO of Seplat Energy Plc, an oil and gas exploration and production company based in Nigeria has been sent out of the country.

As per This Day reports, Brown’s visa, work and residence permits have been revoked by the Minister of Interior, Abuja over allegations of racism, favouring of foreign workers and discrimination against Nigerian employees levelled against him by employees of the company.

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The revocation was contained in a March 3, 2023, letter to the Board Chairman of Seplat Energy Plc by the Minister of Internal Affairs.

“I write to inform you that the Ministry is in receipt of a petition from the Solicitor to the concerned workers and stakeholders of Seplat Energy PLC accusing Mr. Rogers Thomson Brown, the CEO of the companies of various allegations.

These accusations include racism, favouring foreign workers and discriminating against Nigerian employees. Testimony was received from several witnesses, which supported the allegations. Mr. Roger T. Brown declined to attend despite two invitations, claiming to be unavailable even though we learnt he was in Abuja for other purposes at the time.

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Investigation and records in the Ministry also revealed that Mr. Roger Brown was in possession of CERPAC that was not based on validly issued Expatriate Quota approved by the Ministry of Interior resulting to the violation of relevant Immigration Laws and Regulations. As a result of these, the Honourable Minister has determined that Mr. Brown’s continued stay in Nigeria is contrary to national interest.

Consequently, the Ministry has withdrawn the Work Permit CERPAC, Visa, Residence Permit and all relevant documents that authorised Mr. Roger Thomson Brown’s entry or stay in Nigeria”, the letter stated.

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Brown, joined Seplat in 2013, as the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and was made the company’s CEO in November 2019, but effectively assumed the office in 2020.

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