Thursday, 23 February 2017

Xenophobia: Nigeria and South Africa begin talks

The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Geoffrey Onyeama has said that talks are ongoing with South Africa on how to protect Nigerian citizens against incessant xenophobic attacks

Speaking with journalists in Abuja, the minister said that the acting Nigerian High Commissioner to South Africa had met with the country’s foreign affairs top officials on the renewed attacks on Nigerians.

Onyeama stated that the government of South Africa assured Nigerian officials that it had begun programmes to educate their citizens on the role Nigeria played in ending apartheid regime.

He also cautioned South Africa politicians against inciting statement, which was capable of escalating attacks.

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