Xenophobic attack on Nigerians, inhumane - Comr. Joseph Okafor blows hot

Xenophobic attack on Nigerians, inhumane - Comr. Okafor blows hot

The Nnamdi Azikiwe University Students' Union President, Comr. Joseph Okafor has condemned the unending killings, maiming and ill treatment of Nigerians in South Africa.


In a press statement released by the Students' leader on Tuesday afternoon, he called on the South African Government to put lasting measures to end the inhumane and barbaric act by her country people.
He also solicited on the Federal Government of Nigeria to act in prompt to see to the permanent solution of the xenophobic crises.

The message reads below:
"Where should we go from here?
This year has experienced the peak of humiliations, killings, and maiming of Nigerian citizens in South Africa in a continuous manner.
Several Nigerian Nationals have been killed, businesses worth millions of Dollars belonging to Nigerians have been destroyed and yet this unnecessary evil keeps on prolonging.

The South African Government have failed to give any monitored feedback on the unabated killings of our dear Nigerians in her shores.

This must stop. We say no to this barbarian act. We won't keep shut anymore and watch evil protrude.
What is the crime of the Nigerian living in South Africa?
What do they really want from us?



As a selfless leader and  a role model to other youths in my institution and beyond, I have come open to condemn this act and therefore, anticipate speedy action by the Presidency to forestall order, crush the perpetrators and bring the culprits to justice.

I am Comr. Joseph Okafor. 
I remain a concerned citizen of my country and the welfare of her citizens is my utmost concern.
I rep UNIZIK
I rep Justice 
#leaderwithadifference
#Uniziktogreatness"

You will recall all the present happenings, killings, looting and inhumane attitudes towards Nigerians in South Africa, which has sparked a lot of reactions over the months.
This morning, the Former minister of Aviation has reacted in a statement which reads: "South Africa will pay for every blood of a Nigerian been spilled" 
Tu face Idibia, and so many others have also reacted to the recent xenophobic attack on Nigeria and their properties in South Africa.

The Federal Government has also summoned the South African Government concerning the series of attacks on Nigerians in their country with little or nothing been done by the security operatives.
In that same spirit, the students leader has joined-in, with the spirit of Aluta to speak up and explore any means to forestall order to South Africans who engage in this inhumane act.

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