Xenophobic attack on Nigerians in South Africa – 9 shops burnt

by Agunbiade Sanya October 22, 2018, 5:46 pm

There is an on-going xenophobic attack on Nigerians in South Africa and no less than 9 Nigerian-owned shops were burnt over the weekend in Hillbrow, central Johannesburg.

The Publicity Secretary of Nigerian Union in South Africa, Mr Habib Miller, told the News Agency of Nigeria that South Africans allegedly committed the act.

Miller said that the union had informed the Nigerian Mission in South Africa and was expecting their response to the development.

The Publicity Secretary of Nigerian Union in South Africa, Mr Habib Miller, told the News Agency of Nigeria that South Africans allegedly committed the act.

Miller said that the union had informed the Nigerian Mission in South Africa and was expecting their response to the development.

 

Source: Lailasnews

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  1. This is serious may God help us

  2. Abdulfatai ibraheem

    This is so painful

  3. this is absurd and an obnoxious act. may God reward the wicked with wickedness

  4. God pls save Nigerians ooh

  5. Why do they hate Nigerians this much, its really bad

  6. When will all these Stop

  7. God help us ooo

  8. God we need u

  9. When will all these stop and let them even come back to their country please

  10. Chat and we will deat down here and do notting

  11. God help out the situation

  12. South Africans should stop all these.

  13. What kind of thing is this now?

  14. God save us from every bad situation

  15. Nigeria government should do something about this oo.

  16. This is really disheartening… May this act stop

  17. I think we nigerians aee being too quite with some isssue which we are ought not to. Too bad

  18. Please lets stop harassing each other. Beside we are all black Nations

  19. God is in control

  20. South African should stop all this hatred please we are one African

  21. Painful… Na WA o

  22. This is wickedness

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