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#BREAKING NEWS: Xenophobia In South Africa, Stop patronising MTN, DSTV Others, NANS tells Nigerians

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National Association of Nigerian college students (NANS) has suggested Nigerians to prevent patronising South African investments over the incessant xenophobic assaults on Nigerians and other overseas nationals.

The scholars institution who held a protest in Ado-Ekiti, the Ekiti nation capital on Thursday additionally called on President Muhammadu Buhari to forestall the killings of Nigerians in South African with on the spot impact.

The protest was accomplished in conjunction with the country wide Coalition for Yoruba adolescents and students.

The scholars protested from Ijigbo area of the state capital to the famous  Fajuyi Park, which affected the loose glide of traffic alongside Ijigbo- Basiri toll road for over an hour.

Addressing the gang, Leaders of the protesting college students Comrade Sunday  Ashefon and Ojo Raymond,  said the  South Africans should, ” halt their barbaric act and to reveal  that Nigerian college students might now not tolerate the violence in opposition to Nigerians residing in South Africa.”

 Raymond,  who's vice chairman of NANS/JCC Ekiti region expressed situation over the incessant killings of Nigerians while urging Nigerian residents to stop patronising MTN, DSTV, Stanbic IBTC  bank and other investments owned by means of South Africans in Nigeria.

He counseled customers to move over to opportunity community companies within the u . S . A ..

“you can’t be killing Nigerians and be expecting patronage for their businesses. Nigerians continue to be the major clients of South African groups’ merchandise, is this the best way to pay us again ? ” he requested.

The President of  national Coalition of Yoruba youngsters and college students,  Comrade Ashefon,  known as for the instant launch of the 36 people arrested throughout similar anti-xenophobic protests in Lagos.

He declared that the fashion become unacceptable to the youths in Nigeria, announcing that South African Police did now not deem it match to diminish the menace, which he stated showed alleged compromise and tacit guide for crimes.

He stated, “Nigerians in South Africa deserved to be handled with dignity, recognize, freedom and in most cases be protected from in addition provocation, looting and killings.

“The Protest in opposition to Xenophobic attacks in South Africa through numerous companies throughout Africa has endured to linger while citizens are looking forward to the authority to arrest the situation. This is the best they could do under this case.”

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