• Xenophobia: Four Nigerians wounded as South Africa resumes hostilities

    Xenophobia: Four Nigerians wounded as South Africa resumes hostilities0

    Four Nigerians have reportedly been wounded in a renewed xenophobic attacks in South Africa. The development appears to have cashna shadow in the bilateral agreement reached between Nigeria leader, President Muhammadu Buhari and President Cyril Ramaphosa of South Africa early in October this year. The Punch quoted Mr Adetola Olubajo, president of the Nigerian Union

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  • FG to sue South Africa for attacks on Citizens, others

    FG to sue South Africa for attacks on Citizens, others0

    The Federal Government is set to sue the South Africa government for alleged Xenophobic attacks on Nigerians in their Country, resulting to huge economic loss and investment of foreign nationals. The nation has began talks with Senior lawyers in case before the African Court on Human and Peoples Right in Arusha, Tanzania. The legal option is to

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  • Xenophobia: FG issues travel alert to Nigerians

    Xenophobia: FG issues travel alert to Nigerians0

    The Federal Government has issued alert Nigerians against traveling to ‘high risk and volatile areas in South Africa’. Ferdinand Nwonye, the Spokesperson, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Abuja in a statement on Wednesday, said the travel advisory was due to the tension created by the attacks in South Africa. Nwoye assured Nigerians that Government was committed to

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