Union cautions Nigerians in S/Africa on safety


The Nigerian Union, South Africa (NUSA), has called on its members to be safety conscious in their daily endeavours in that country.

Mr Adetola Olubajo, President of the union, told newsmen in Pretoria, South Africa, on Sunday that the body was worried about the incessant harm meted on its members.

“ The situation is heartbreaking and appalling on how Nigerians are being killed in South Africa.

“ We are making this call because in the past week, four Nigerians have been killed and one is in critical condition in the hospital in South Africa,” he said.

Adetola said that the incidents began on Nov. 30 when a Nigerian, Valentine Okeke, was shot at Olivent, exact area a Nigerian was killed two weeks earlier.

“ He survived the shooting and is in a critical condition in the hospital,” he said.

Olubajo alleged that on Dec. 1, two Nigerians were killed in Kwazulu Natal…

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