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    Metro ‘I Spent N280M To Evacuate Nigerians From South Africa + Why I Cried’ – Air Peace CEO – Nairaland

    I wept watching returnees sing the national anthem, says Air Peace chairman Allen Onyeama, chairman of Air Peace, says he wept when Nigerians who were returning from South Africa mobbed him and sang the country’s anthem. Onyeama disclosed this while addressing the media shortly after 187...
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    Metro BREAKING] Xenophobia: Nigeria recalls High Commissioner to South Africa, shuns WES - Punch Newspaper

    It also demanded full compensation, the News Agency of Nigeria has reported, quoting a “presidential source.” Our Correspondent also reported that the move was meant to register serious displeasure with the South African authorities over the ongoing xenophobic attacks on Nigerians resident in...
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    Metro Xenophobia: Close South African embassy in Nigeria now, Rep member tells FG - Daily Trust

    A member of House of Representatives, representing Ibadan North federal constituency, Hon. Musiliudeen Akinremi, has frowned at the incessant attacks on Nigerians in South Africa, urging the Federal Government to recall Nigeria’s envoy to South Africa and close down the South African embassy in...
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    Metro Two Nigerians Die While Returning From A Nightclub In South Africa - Instablog9ja

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    Metro Nigerian Roasted As Police Watch In South Africa – Sahara Reporters

    A Nigerian has been burnt to death in South Africa in a what appears to be the continuation of xenophobia attacks by citizens of the former apartheid enclave on foreigners. Read more via Sahara Reporters – Get More Nigeria Metro News
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    Metro Nobody Should Kill Nigerians Again In South Africa - Jacob Zuma

    The President of South Africa, Jacob Zuma, Sunday, warned that no Nigerian citizen should be killed in any parts of South Africa. Zuma was quoted to have made the statement, through a release issued to newsmen in Owerri, by the Chief Press Secretary, to Governor Okorocha, Mr. Sam Onwuemeodo...
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    Metro Another Nigerian, Kingsley Ikeri, Murdered In South Africa

    The Nigeria Union in South Africa has confirmed the killing of a member, Kingsley Ikeri, at Vryheid town in Kwazulu Natal Province on Aug. 30. Ikeri, 27, was a businessman and native of Mbaitolu in Imo. In December 2016, Metropolitan Police in Cape Town had suffocated to death a man, Victor...
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    World Nigerian Man, Uchenna Eloh, Strangled To Death By South African Policemen [PHOTO]

    The Nigerian Union in South Africa on Thursday said another Nigerian, Mr. Uchenna Eloh, has been killed in the Western Cape Province of that country. Chairman, Western Cape chapter of the union, Kanayo Onwumelu, told the News Agency of Nigeria on telephone from Cape Town that Eloh was strangled...
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    Politics Xenophobia Attacks: FG Sends 2 Ministers To South Africa

    President Buhari-led Federal Government has sent the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Geoffrey Onyeama, and the Minister of Interior, General Abdul-Rahaman Dambazau (rtd) to South Africa over the spate of Xenophobic attacks on immigrants, especially Nigerians in the country. The two ministers...
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    Metro Xenophobia Attacks: Nigerian Lawyers Explain Legal Options For Victims

    The Xenophobic attack on Nigerians in South Africa has been the subject of worry in the last month. The attack has led to loss of lives, destruction properties, and rendered many homeless. Also, businesses have been lost to mobs who accused them of taking their women and jobs. The Nigerian...
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    World South African Court Sentences Nigerian Man To 25 Years in Prison

    South Gauteng High Court, on Monday sentenced a Nigerian residing in South Africa, Eke Ugochukwu, to 25 years imprisonment for trafficking a 15-year-old girl and forcing her into prostitution. He was also found guilty of living-off the proceeds of sexual exploitation‚ being an accomplice to...
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    World Why We Can’t Leave South Africa Despite Attacks – Nigerians Speak

    Despite repeated xenophobic attacks, some Nigerians in South Africa have said they would not return home. In the recent attacks which started early February 2017, at least 20 shops and homes — belonging to foreigners, mostly Nigerians — were looted and burned, as stated by the South African...
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    Politics Stop Killing Of Nigerians – FG Appeals To South Africa Gov't

    The Senior Special Assistant to the President on Foreign Affairs and Diaspora, Mrs Abike Dabiri, has appealed to the South African government to stop the extra judicial killing of Nigerians in South Africa. She made the appeal when she visited the South African High Commissioner to Nigeria in...
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    Metro Two Nigerians Gruesomely Murdered in South Africa

    The Nigerian Union in Pretoria says two Nigerians residing in South Africa have been killed. The Secretary of the union, Mr. Adetola Olubajo, told the News Agency of Nigeria in Pretoria on Tuesday that the first victim, one Adeniyi Olumoko, a petty trader, was stabbed to death on October 7...