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The President of the Nigerian Union South Africa (NUSA), Adetola Olubajo, on Friday said that victims of the recent xenophobic attacks in that country deserved to be compensated.

Xenophobia: Victims deserve compensation – NUSA President

The President of the Nigerian Union South Africa (NUSA), Adetola Olubajo, on Friday said that victims of the recent xenophobic attacks in that country deserved to be compensated.

Xenophobia: South African businesses shouldn’t operate further in Nigeria – Senator Kalu

Dr. Orji Kalu, Chief Whip of the ninth Senate, has condemned the attacks on Nigerians in South Africa, describing it as ill-conceived, disheartening and wicked.
Mr Danielson Akpan, NANS’ National President, made the disclosure in Abuja on Friday.

Xenophobia: NANS vows to deal with South Africans

The National Association of Nigerian Students has said that it has concluded plans to deal severely with those behind the resurgence of xenophobic attacks on Nigerians and their businesses in South Africa.

Xenophobia: Atiku Abubakar urges AU to step in

Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar has called for drastic measures to be taken over Xenophobic attacks on Nigerians in South Africa.
Foreign affairs minister Geoffrey Onyeama

Federal government condemns fresh attacks on Nigerians in South Africa

The Federal Government said on Monday it would take definite measures to prevent future attacks on Nigerians living in South Africa.
In latest attacks, South Africans have begun looting and burning of properties belonging to foreigners and in the process killed three people, while another is still receiving treatment for smoke inhalation.

Three die as South Africans attack, loot, burn foreigners’ properties again

In latest attacks, South Africans have begun looting and burning of properties belonging to foreigners and in the process killed three people, while another is still receiving treatment for smoke inhalation.

Foreign-owned businesses in South Africa attacked in new wave of Xenophobia

The Nigeria Union has advised Nigerians leaving in South Africa to avoid Pretoria Central Business District (CBD) until the Police Authority certifies the area safe for foreign nationals.

Another Nigerian killed in South Africa

With the murder of Mrs. Obianuju Ndubuisi-Chukwu, a Nigerian insurance chief, still fresh, another Nigerian has been killed in the former apartheid enclave.
gun men police shoot

Union confirms killing of Nigerian teenager in South Africa

Nigerians mourn Mrs Obianuju Ndubuisi-Chukwu, a Nigerian Insurance chief, who was murdered in South Africa, the country again is grappling with the ruthless assassination of a teenager in that country.

South African mob kills Nigerian man wrongly accused of kidnapping

A 34-year-old Nigerian, Samuel Nkennaya, has been killed while another Nigerian, Chinonso Nwudo, is in critical condition in a South African hospital following mob attack.

Easter: Nigerian Union advises nationals in South Africa on security

The Nigerian Union in South Africa (NUSA) has urged Nigerians living in that country to be conscious of their environment during and after the Easter celebrations.

Another Nigerian killed in South Africa

Nigerians living in South Africa have expressed displeasure with the alleged killing of a Nigerian, Celestine Nwokeocha, 36, by the South African Police.

Condemnation trails alleged murder of Nigerian in South Africa

Nigerians living in South Africa have expressed displeasure with the alleged killing of a Nigerian, Celestine Nwokeocha, 36, by the South African Police.
Mr Adetola Olubajo, President, Nigeria Union, South Africa

122 Nigerians killed in South Africa in 30 months

The Nigerian community in South Africa, has again described as senseless, the latest killing of two Nigerians in South Africa.
Mr Adetola Olubajo, President, Nigeria Union, South Africa

Union: No Nigerian casualty in latest South Africa xenophobic attack

The President of Nigerian Union, South Africa, Adetola Olubajo, on Friday said no Nigerian was affected in the Wednesday xenophobic attack in Soweto, South Africa.

Union decries fresh killing of two Nigerians in South Africa

The Nigerian community in South Africa has again described as senseless, the latest killing of two Nigerians in South Africa.
Mr Adetola Olubajo, President, Nigeria Union, South Africa

Nigerians in South Africa commend federal government’s approval of 10-year passport validity

Nigerians in South Africa have commended the federal government for approving the 10-year validity period for Nigerian passport and called for the speedy implementation of the policy.

South African police officers to face trial for killing Nigerian

Authorities would soon arraign South African police officers for alleged killing a 25-year-old Nigerian, Mr. Ibrahim Olalekan-Badmus, in 2017.

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