Xenophobic Attacks 8 Nigerians want to return home – Ambassador

Ajulu-Okeke disclosed this on Wednesday, April
22, 2015, during a phone conversation with

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Nigeria’s Consul General in South Africa, Uche
Ajulu-Okeke has said that eight Nigerians have
indicated interest in returning home following a
spate of xenophobic attacks in SA.
Ajulu-Okeke disclosed this on Wednesday, April
22, 2015, during a phone conversation with
journalists.
She said further that Nigerian mission was
already working with the citizens to facilitate
their journey back home.
“I am working with eight Nigerians who have
indicated interest to go home. They are presently
at the deportation holding facility at Limbola,
South Africa,” Ajulu-Okeke said.
“They narrated how they were attacked and
brought pictures. We took note of all that. The
mission asked all the provincial chairmen of the
union to collate all information reported,” she
added.
The recent xenophobic attacks in parts of SA
have left at least seven people dead and many
more displaced.

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