The Chinese government has established police stations in Nigeria as well as more than 20 other nations in Europe, the Americas, Asia, and Africa as part of its drive to curb the rising criminal activities of its nationals overseas.
A paper titled "110 Overseas Chinese Transnational Policing Gone Wild" made this revelation.
The police stations, according to media sources, were set up to take action against "all types of unlawful and criminal activities involving abroad Chinese."
Tanzania and Lesotho are the other African nations having Chinese police stations besides Nigeria.
"Instead of fully respecting the territorial sovereignty of local administrations.
In order to establish an alternative policing and judicial system within third, it prefers to collaborate with foreign "NGOs" or "civil society organisations".
It continued by stating that this was done as part of a comprehensive, statewide effort to combat fraud and communications fraud by Chinese nationals who were residing overseas.