South African communities quits Nigerians from their country

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The Nigerian Union in South Africa says Nigerians living in two South African people group have been requested by those groups to leave their property.

This was made known by Ikechukwu Anyene, the President of the Union.

Ayene said the Kuruman people group in Northern Cape Province gave Nigerians until Thursday to leave the place while the Klaafontein people group, Extension 5, Johannesburg, adopted a more inconspicuous strategy and coordinated landowners not to restore the lease of Nigerians in the range.

He said the South African's grouse with Nigerians is that they trust they are in charge of some social indecencies like illegal medication exchange and prostitution.

Anyene additionally said an Ugandan man assaulted a young lady in Kwazulu Natal Province yet was depicted in the media as a Nigerian.

He said to the News Agency of Nigeria:

"The Nigeria union held arrangement of gatherings with the influenced groups and police and nearby experts on the current dangers to Nigerians. We have additionally composed reports on these episodes and sent to the Nigerian Mission and the South African police. We suggested mediations before the June 16 due date to the mission and we are sitting tight for their reaction. The union is stressed that any occurrence including non - South Africans are credited to Nigerians. The union trusts that the Early Warning Unit set up by Nigerian and South African governments has not been compelling. We are yet to have any meeting since the priests of the two nations met. From that point forward, there have been supported media purposeful publicity against our kin."

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