• UNILAG students, Enugu youths protest over xenophobic attacks on foreigner in south Africa

    UNILAG students, Enugu youths protest over xenophobic attacks on foreigner in south Africa

     

    It was gathered that Nigerians, especially the youths, have continued to protest xenophobic attacks on foreigners, especially Nigerians, in South Africa.

    The latest protesters included the students of the University of Lagos and members of the Youth Action for Success.

    The UNILAG students on Monday staged a protest at the South Africa’s High Commission, Lagos, while the YAS members took to the streets of Enugu on Tuesday.

    The UNILAG students delivered a protest letter to the South African High Commissioner, Amb. Lulu Mguni, […]

  • Nigerian youths threatens to shutdown MTN, Shoprite, Multichoice and DSTV over Xenophobic attack in South Africa

    Nigerian youths threatens to shutdown MTN, Shoprite, Multichoice and DSTV over Xenophobic attack in South Africa

    Report made it known that Some youths, under the aegis of The Flagship, have threatened to shutdown South African firms operating in Nigeria over the alleged killing of Nigerians and looting of their property in the ongoing xenophobic attacks in South Africa.
    The aggrieved youths said this on Monday during a protest at the office of telecommunications giant, MTN, on 3rd East Circular Road, Muritala Muhammed Way, in Benin. the Edo State capital.
    They also carried placards with several inscriptions, some of […]

  • Zambian radio station stops playing South African music in protest against xenophobic attacks

    Zambian radio station stops playing South African music in protest against xenophobic attacks

    It was revealed that a radio station in Zambia on Friday black out the playing of South African music in protest against xenophobic attacks on immigrants currently taking place in that country.
    Asan Nyama, QFM Radio station Managing Director, said the move to black out South African music indefinitely starting at 06:00 hours on Friday.
    He explained that the action was in solidarity with Africans who have fallen victims to xenophobic attacks in Durban and Kwazulu-Natal provinces.
    He said considering that QFM has […]