A new wave of xenophobic violence rocking South Africa has left 3 Nigerians injured and seeking refuge at a police station..”

The attack started off in the early hours of Tuesday, October 22, at different locations of Witbank, Mpumanlaga Province of South Africa.

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Mr Odefa Ikele, the spokesperson of the Nigeria Union South Africa (NUSA) who confirmed the incident said some Nigerians who were attacked by a group made up of community members and taxi drivers are now seeking refuge at Witbank police station.

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“The fresh xenophobic attack against Nigerians is coming weeks after President Muhammadu Buhari visited South Africa, calling for the protection of Nigerians and other foreign nationals ~~living~ in the country..”

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