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South African authorities fuelling xenophobia to win political support—Amnesty International

AMNESTY International says South African government’s years of impunity for xenophobic crimes were the forces driving the latest attacks against foreign nationals and their...

Xenophobia: Avoid travelling to high risks, volatile areas FG warns Nigerians in South Africa

THE  Federal Government on Wednesday cautioned Nigerians in South Africa against travelling to high risk and volatile areas until the mob action against Nigerians...

JUST IN: One dead, police vehicle burnt as Nigerians commence picketing of South African investments

An unidentified man has been allegedly shot dead by the police in Lekki, Lagos State as Nigerians, particularly in Lagos, Oyo and Akwa Ibom ...
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Nigeria protests killing of Nigerian in South Africa

  A letter of protest has been written by the Nigerian Mission to the South African Authority over Clement Nwaogu, a Nigerian man who was...

Nigerian burnt to death in South Africa identified as Clement Nwaogu

  The Identity of a Nigerian man who was burnt to death by a mob in South Africa has been given as Clement Nwaogu. Ofentse Mokgadi,...

Nigeria To Tackle Xenophobia Through “Cultural Diplomacy”

Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, has said Nigeria will deploy 'cultural diplomacy' as an effective tool to put an end to the incessant xenophobic attacks on Nigerians in South Africa.
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Nigerians In South Africa Attacked Again

Some Nigerian real estate agents in Turffontein, South Africa, have been attacked by local residents who claim that they were hijacking their houses.

Xenophobia: Senate Calls Off Trip To South Africa

The senate has called off its proposed visit to the South African parliament to discuss ways of ending the spate of xenophobic attacks on Nigerians and other African Nationals in the country.

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Abducted Nasarawa commissioner regains freedom after five days

ABDUCTED Nasarawa State Commissioner for Information Culture and Tourism Lawal Yakubu Addah has regained freedom after five days in...

FG asks Google to ban four loan apps for fraudulent practices

THE Federal Government has asked Google to remove four loan apps from playstore. The apps are Maxi Credit, Here4U, ChaCha...

MRA condemns revocation of licenses of 52 broadcast stations

THE Media Rights Agenda (MRA) has condemned the revocation of the licenses of 52 broadcast stations by the National...

Terrorists release four more Abuja-Kaduna train abductees

TERRORISTS behind the Abuja-Kaduna train attack released four more victims on Friday. Kaduna-based publisher Tukur Mamur confirmed the release in...

Nigerians facing mass deportation from UAE cry for help

NIGERIAN nationals in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) are facing forced expulsion from the country, more than a year...
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