The President of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa apologizes to Nigeria over xenophobic attack in his country. The apology was tendered by Jeff Radebe during a close door meeting with President Buhari at the Aso Villa. South Africa president also promised compensation for Nigerians who would feature during Pres Buhari visit to South Africa come October […]Read More PRESIDENT OF SOUTH AFRICA APOLOGIZES TO NIGERIANS OVER XENOPHOBIC ATTACK.
Say no to xenophObia Yesterday South Africans troop out in mass to ask Nigeria for forgiveness and say no to xenophobia. This is coming after the gruesome killings of some Nigerians in South Africa. Nigeria tried to reach a dialogue with them but to no avail and suddenly they are calling for peace. In my […]Read More SOUTH AFRICANS CALL FOR PEACE.
Terror unleashing as Nigerians take revenge on South African owned businesses across Lagos. Videos emerge of youths coming out with cutlasses from a car along Osapa London, Lekki. Mobile telecommunication giant, MTN’s branch office at Bode Thomas in Surulere was attacked. One has been killed by the police, and mob is growing and angrier causing […]Read More Terror on shoprites and MTN offices as Nigerians retaliate
Information coming in has it that in retaliation to the killings of Nigerians in South Africa, Nigerians have taken to different streets across Lagos and Uyo to attack shoprites and MTN shop. Some lagosians have attacked the shoprites in Jankade, throwing stones and every one running for safety. Also the citizens in Uyo, Akwa Ibom […]Read More Nigerians react to South African xenophobic attack
Nigerians in South Africa have been hit by yet another xenophobic attacks in South Africa’s largest city. The spark of violence that broke out in the suburbs of south Johannesburg city center on Sunday 1st September 2019 to central business district on Monday 2nd September 2019, from the destruction of more than 50 mainly […]Read More Xenophobic attacks in South Africa