Monthly Archives: April 2015

Nigerians lose N21 million property to Xenophobic attacks in South Africa

The Nigerian Consul-General in South Africa, Uche Ajulu-Okeke, said on Sunday that Nigerians lost more than 1.2 million Rand (N21 million) in the on-going xenophobic attacks. She told the News Agency of Nigeria by phone from Johannesburg, South Africa, that the loss included looted shops, burnt shops, two burnt mechanic workshops, 11 burnt cars and …

NUSA ‪President‬, Ike C Anyene on BBC Focus On Africa: Xenophobic Attacks in RSA

On the 10th of April 2015, NUSA ‪President‬, Ike C Anyene appeared on BBC Focus On Africa. Interviewed by Sophie Ikenye, the president shed light on the xenophobic attacks in South Africa and about what’s being done to protect foreigners. The NUSA President giving a clinical analysis of the plight of foreigners in South Africa and how they have …