ORJI CONDEMNS XENOPHOBIC ATTACK IN SOUTH AFRICA

Written by on September 6, 2019

A former governor of Abia State Governor and the current
Senator representing Abia central in the Senate, Theordore Orji,
has condemned the killing of Nigerians resident in South Africa.
Orji in a statement issued by his senior legislative Aide, Eddie
Onuzuruike said the heightened xenophobic attacks and
resultant killings in South Africa, a country that had in the past
enjoyed Nigerian largess, hospitality and big-brother status is
highly appalling, grossly unacceptable and violates the Rule of
Law, an international code and convention.
He said, it is on record that Nigeria paid a huge price for the
emancipation of South Africa’s Blacks from the supremacist
overlords of South African regime of P.W Botha and his
predecessors who jailed Mandela for 27 years and other harsh
penalties for his fellow freedom fighters.


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