<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 38-year old Nigerian national has been arrested in the Ashok Vihar area after a video of clash between two groups of Nigerians at a nursing home in South Delhi’s Saket went viral on Monday. The accused Bello Leonard was arrested after the police identified him through the CCTV footage.As per the CCTV footage, a group of Nigerians are seen following another injured Nigerian person. The footage shows them breaking the door thrashing him, removing his shirt and hitting him with a shoe. The hospital staffer who had hid himself to save him later can be seen walking out.During the clash the furniture at the nursing home broke as well. Leonard told the police that he had come to India in 2015 and works as an export agent. He exports clothes to African countries as per his claims; however he has no documents to support the same.Leonard further added that there were some monetary disputes among Nigerians residing in South-West Delhi and Dwarka. The dispute is also because of the working area where some Nigerians.According to the police, on Saturday around 4:40am they was informed about a ruckus being created by some Nigerian nationals at the Neelu Angel nursing home in Saket area.Chinmoy Biswal, Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police, South said that a case under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) was registered at Saket police station.”Investigations revealed that a fight between two separate groups of foreign nationals first occurred at Eboma Kitchen near Mehrauli church. Some of them were injured in that clash and had come to the hospital for treatment and hence the fight from the kitchen continued at the hospital,” added Biswal.CRIME SHEETAs per the CCTV footage, a group of Nigerians are seen following another injured Nigerian person. The footage shows them breaking the door thrashing him, removing his shirt and hitting him with a shoe.

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Nigerian held after Africans clash in hosp