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South Africa apologises to Nigeria

President Cyril Ramaphosa holds a tête-à-tête with His Excellency President Muhammadu Buhari of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in Yokohama, Japan during the 7th Tokyo International Conference on the Development of Africa.GCIS ABUJA, Nigeria – A South African envoy expressed the country’s “sincerest apologies” to Nigeria on Monday, after a wave of anti-migrant attacks swept through Johannesburg and surrounding cities… Read More
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Some SA justifying the xenophobia by declaring that Ghananians were chased out out of Nigeria in 1983

2 million undocumented West African migrants mostly Ghanaians were chased out of Nigeria in 1983. Around this time, Nigeria was not so long ago the strongest economic muscle in Africa and Ghana was the opposite. Migrants were called “aliens” in Nigeria. During the expelling and the horrific exodus, dozens of soul’s were lost About 4 decades later, conversely, it is… Read More
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Video: Nigerians in retaliation to SA xenophobic, set MTN office on fire in Lagos, destroy Shoprite

One of the MTN offices in Apapa, Lagos, has been set on fire by Nigerians protesting the recent xenophobic attacks. MTN is a telecommunications company owned by South Africans and the South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has a significant shareholding. He used to be Chairman of the MTN Group which flouted Nigerian security issues and was fined a huge amount… Read More
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Nigeria threatens South Africa over its Xenophobic terrorists

Nigeria has issued veiled threats over attacks on its citizens in the unfolding xenophobic attacks in South Africa. Violent demonstrators destroyed shops and property belonging to foreign nationals in Johannesburg in the xenophobic attacks where Nigerians are among the most affected. “The continuing attacks on Nigerian nationals and businesses in South Africa are unacceptable. Enough is enough. Nigeria will take… Read More
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Video: South Africans given 7 days to leave Nigeria

The National Association of Nigerian Students is calling on South African companies operating in Nigeria to leave the country. It’s given the companies seven days to shut down their businesses until such time the South African government ends the killing of Nigerians in South Africa. MTN Nigeria, MultiChoice and Shoprite are among several South African companies operating in Nigeria. Wande… Read More
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‘The misdeeds of a few’: Nigeria speaks out over $46m fraud case

Government says it will not stand in way of justice after 77 Nigerian nationals are among 80 suspects indicted in USGlobal development is supported by bill & Melinda. Nigeria’s federal government has urged the international community not to let a minority of individuals tarnish the country’s reputation after the revelation of a high-profile financial crime investigation by the US government.… Read More
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