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Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Buhari Finally Reacts On Xenophobic Attacks, To Visit South Africa In October

Image may contain: 1 personThe Federal government via its verified Twitter handle, has reacted to the recent Xenophobic attacks on Nigerians residing in South Africa. Properties includings cars which belong to Nigerians in the country, was set on fire by South Africans. Shops belonging to Nigerians was also looted by South Africans as captured in a viral video.
President of the Nigeria Union South Africa, Adetola Olubajo, had said that recent attacks began on Sunday morning in Jeppestown area of Johannesburg.
Mr Olubajo said in a statement on Monday that the mob “looted several shops that were around the vicinity suspected to be owned by foreign nationals.”
The Federal government in its reaction stated that the attacks are unacceptable and that President Buhari will meet with the South African president, Cyril Ramaphosa, in October over the rising attacks.
The Nigerian Embassy in South Africa has shut its door to Nigerian victims of ongoing xenophobic attacks in the former apartheid colony.
The latest attacks against nationals of other African countries domiciled in South Africa, which started on August 28, 2019, has spread to several parts of that country, raising fears of more violence in the coming days.
Speaking with Journalists on Monday, a handful of Nigerians in South Africa revealed how they now live in fear.
According to them, some victims of the attack, who visited the Nigerian Embassy for help and protection were denied entry into the place.
Former president of Nigerian Union South Africa, Iyke Anyene, told Sahara Reporters that Nigerians had remained in the houses, afraid for their lives and unsure if they would be the next victims.

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Peter David

We miss Abacha on issues like diz

Isiaq Zakariyah

But we all like other countries than our own. I've always said that we should prioritize our country and the leadership, but all we love doing is ridicule the leaders and call Nigeria accursed, zoo and so on. When deadly challenges come, that's when we know that Nigeria and its presidency are important. How does it sound that Nigerian citizens wanted to go and accost their president in Japan? How does it sound that some hoodlums go to humiliate the immediate former deputy Senate Lord of our red Chamber? Yet, some so called educated people supported them and the notoriety. Now, we complain that October is too far. The reality is that whatever you be, so will your leaders be. You want him to die for you when you're always wanting him to die. That's hilarious

Akinyemi Olubunmi

Baba don old sha! Femi Adeshina said committee will be sent on Thursday ooo baba own visit na flex!

Onwukwe Enyinnaya Bright

October when lives is involved but if is cow they will have emergency meeting to handle it... Its obvious we don't have a president, sorry Nigeria.... We now miss the like of late general Sani Abacha

Emmanuel A Gowon

October no far ??? Mr president ??? Just asking ooo

Optimom Ebubechukwu

Why not now ? Is it until they are all been killed? If it is ur own people dt are been killed will you wait until October ? Mind you Mr president ' dt position you occupied is not forever ' d day of accountability is coming

Ogundiya Adeyemi

They are killing ur people and ure fixing October for mere visitation, so they shld continue killing Nigerian until October abi??

Brandy Egbon

October ke?God punish am there.rubbish

Difreke King

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