VIDEO: “No Need To Apologize To Nigeria Over Xenophobia” – Mayor Of Johannesburg, Herman Mashaba

Mayor of Johannesburg, Herman Mashaba has revealed that he feels that apologizing to Nigeria over the xenophobic attacks was unnecessary. Speaking on CNBC Africa’s Political Capital on Tuesday, September 17, the South African Mayor said he doesn't see the xenophobic attack as an "incident" as it was bound to happen. “No, there is nothing for... Continue Reading →

Xenophobia: First Batch Of 320 Nigerians Set To Return From South Africa Today

The first batch of Nigerians evacuated from South Africa will arrive today (September 11) at 1pm at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA). Following the ongoing attacks against Nigerians in South Africa, one of the nation’s major carriers, Air Peace, volunteered to support the Federal government’s effort by evacuating citizens who were willing to return... Continue Reading →

Shoprite Looters Arrested & Paraded With The Stolen Goods In Lagos (Photos)

Some of the looters of Shoprite outlets in Lagos have been paraded after their arrest. Some irate youth had attacked South African brands in a reprisal following the recent xenophobic attack in South Africa. Area Commander of Shangotedo, Gbolahan Olugbemi, said a total of 125 suspects have been arrested in connection with the attack on... Continue Reading →

“Africa Let’s Come Together” – Pastor TB Joshua Cries Profusely As He Preaches On African Unity

The General Overseer and founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, Prophet TB Joshua, during a service on Sunday, shed tears over recent xenophobic attacks on Nigerians and other African migrants in South Africa. While giving a rendition of a song written by him and whose theme centered on Africa unity, Joshua could not... Continue Reading →

President Buhari’s Special Envoy, Ahmed Abubakar Arrives In South Africa

President Muhammadu Buhari’s special envoy has arrived in Johannesburg, for a meeting with South African President, Cyril Ramaphosa. The special representative of the President is the Director-General of the National Intelligence Agency, Ambassador Ahmed Abubakar. Ambassador Abubakar was received at the O.R. Tambo International Airport by the Nigerian High Commissioner and other mission officials. He... Continue Reading →

Xenophobic Attack: Every Bad Man, Has A Time He’s Useful To His People

Here is the opinion of social media about our Ex-Military Head Of State Late General Sanni Abacha. Check it out, do you agree with this? By Now, The South African Ambassador In Nigeria Would Have Arrived South Africa By Now, MTN Would Have Been Nationalized By Now, DSTV Signal Would Have Been Jammed By Now,... Continue Reading →

Xenophobic Attack: Air Peace Offers To Evacuate Stranded Nigerians From South Africa For FREE!!!

Nigeria’s foremost carrier, Air Peace has offered to repatriate Nigerians back home as a sign of solidarity with the government of President Muhammadu Buhari administration. Allen Onyema, the Chairman of the airline, made the announcement yesterday while sympathizing with the Nigerian victims who lost their lives and properties in the attacks. According to him, the... Continue Reading →

Xenophobia: Tanzanian Drug Dealers Killed South African Taxi Driver & Not Nigerians-Eyewitnesses

A video of an eyewitness account of the murder of a South African taxi driver in Pretoria which sparked off the xenophobic attacks has surfaced. Recall we earlier reported that a taxi driver was shot dead in Pretoria CBD after he and his colleagues confronted some drug dealers in the neighborhood to clean up the... Continue Reading →

(Video): #Xenophobia, One Shot Dead As Lagosians Launch Reprisal Attack On Shoprite In Jakande

A Nigerian mob laid siege on an outlet of Shoprite located inside Circle Mall in the Jakande area of Lagos State on Tuesday, September 3, 2019. The violent demonstration was in reaction to xenophobic attacks on Nigerians living in South Africa over the past two days. One person shot dead at Circle Mall, Jakande, Shoprite... Continue Reading →

Xenophobic attacks: Nigerians fume, demand tough actions against South Africa

Anger on Tuesday greeted xenophobic attacks on Nigerians in South Africa with dignitaries and organizations including President Muhammadu Buhari, Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo, the Senate and the House of Representatives, expressing their displeasure over the continued killing. President Buhari specifically sent a special envoy to President Cyril Ramaphosa of South Africa, to express his deep concern... Continue Reading →

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