Our Involvement in Xenophobia(1)

Published December 24, 2019.  By Eric Teniola It’s sad, very sad but we must admit that xenophobia is still subsisting in today’s world. Xenophobia did not start in South Africa and it will not end in South Africa. Nigeria, now a victim, has aggressively indulged in xenophobia before. The worsening economic situation in most countries…

3 Nigerians Injured in South Africa in New Wave of Xenophobic Violence

A new wave of xenophobic violence rocking South Africa has left 3 Nigerians injured and seeking refuge at a police station. The attack started off in the early hours of Tuesday October 22, at different locations of Witbank, Mpumanlaga Province of South Africa. Advertisement Mr Odefa Ikele, the spokesperson of the Nigeria Union South Africa…

Why I Airlifted Nigerians From South Africa – Air Peace Boss Opens Up

Posted by Samuel on Mon 07th Oct, 2019.  The Chairman of Air Peace, Allen Onyema has revealed why he decided to airlift stranded Nigerians from South Africa. Allen Onyema, the Chairman of Air Peace, has urged Nigerian youths to explore the opportunities in the country, saying selfless service could open doors of prosperity, Punch Metro…

Xenophobic rage: Our story — Returnees

On September 14, 2019  By Nwafor …South Africans don’t know God …I was so impoverished …I couldn’t afford ticket to return home …Most common jobs in South Africa are drug related businesses and Advance Fraud …Police watch as they kill Nigerians …I regret stepping my foot in South Africa …Shame of retuning home kept me…

Here is What Buhari Told South Africa President Ramaphosa about Xenophobia

This is what President Buhari told his South African counterpart Ramaphosa through the Special Envoy he sent to South Africa. President Muhammadu Buhari has told President Cyril Ramaphosa of South Africa that his government has to take visible steps to end violence against citizens of brotherly African nations. In fresh attacks targeting Nigerians and foreign…

“Foreigners Must Leave” – South Africans Chant in Fresh Protest (video)

A fresh round of violence is currently building up in the streets of Johannesburg, South Africa, as armed protesters are out again, demanding that foreigners leave their country immediately. South African newspaper, Sowetan Live, reports that the protesters, who carried weapons such as knobkerries, are waiting to be addressed by Mangosuthu Buthelezi, a notable politician…

South Africa Catholic Bishops Counter Government, Say Attacks are Xenophobic

Catholic Bishops in South Africa have countered its government’s claim of attack against foreigners not having a xenophobic undertone. Archbishop Buti Tigagale of the Southern African Catholic Bishop’s Conference Office for Migrants and Refugees said on Saturday September 7, that they also received a report that the authorities are doing little to protect foreigners in…