Xenophobic attack: No Nigerian Was Killed In South Africa – President buhari

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Xenophobic attack:

The nigeria president and federal government officials reveal  that no Nigerian was killed in the latest xenophobic crisis in South Africa.

Reporters had made it clear  that properties worth millions of naira, belonging to Nigerians in , were burnt by South Africans.

President of the Nigeria Union in South Africa, Comrade Adetola Olubajo, said the attacks began on Sunday  in Johannesburg.

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Mr Olubajo said in a statement that the mob “looted several shops owned by foreign nationals”, adding, ”but the police later dispersed the angry mob and made some arrest.”

But reacting, Lauretta Onochie, Buhari’s Special Assistant on Social Media, said the videos being circulated on social media were not recent, insisting that no Nigerian was lost to the attack.

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“No Nigerian life has been lost in South Africa in the last few days. The videos being paraded on the social media are old videos that are unrelated to Nigerians in South Africa”, she tweeted.

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