The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) Has Declared 7 Days Ultimatum For All South African Businesses To Leave Nigeria #Xenophobia

The recent Xenophobic attack in South Africa has left Nigerians reeling with reactions and calling for the President Muhammadu Buhari to stop the killing of Nigerians in South Africa.

South Africans launched a renewed attack on businesses of foreigners including those belonging to Nigerians, burning down shops owned by nonindigenous of South Africa.

Nigerians have now taken to social media to lament the frequency with which Nigerians are targets of Xenophobic attacks in the country.

A press interview was conducted and the president of The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) in one voice speaking the minds of other Nigerian Students has bluntly and angrily given South Africans 7 days to leave Nigeria with their businesses. The video went viral and has given the youths in Nigeria to speak up and fight this xenophobic attack we are suffering.

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But would this ultimatum be for the best or it would endangered more Nigerian lives living outside the country?

 

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