Quit murdering Nigerians, dealers caution South Africans

The National Association of Nigerian Traders (NANTs), Federal Capital Territory (FCT) part yesterday cautioned South Africans against xenophobic assault on Nigerians in their nation. 

In a discharge from the affiliation marked by the administrator and the secretary, Dr Edozie Prince Ugwu and Alumona Nichodemus individually, which was perused out by the Public Relations Officer (PRO), Comrade Augustine Njeako, the brokers approached the two leaders of the nations to do everything humanly conceivable to stop the killings before it escapes hand. 

They said Nigerian merchants won't overlap their hands to watch their family being slaughtered for submitting no offense. 

As indicated by them, the South Africans have been murdering Nigerians and obliterating their properties without South African and Nigerian governments bringing the culprits under the watchful eye of the law is inadmissible. 

The merchants accordingly requested that, the South African government stop the killings with prompt impact; Nigerian Government ought to immediately draw in the South African Government in a discussion on the best way to think of enduring arrangements; the influenced Nigerians be remunerated sufficiently in accordance with global law and; the culprits be captured and arraigned appropriately. 

The affiliation individuals thusly cautioned that they would not overlay their hands to watch their individuals lives and properties being decimated, including that should this proceed, they would activate Nigerian merchants everywhere throughout the world against South African's interests.

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