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Friday, September 16, 2016

Nigerians Protests Over Murder Of An Igbo Trader In South Africa


Nigerians have shown their anger yet again as a Nigerian
trader, Monday Okorie, has been killed in Potchefstroom,
North West Province of South Africa.
This was disclosed by Ikechukwu Anyene, President of the
Nigeria Union in South Africa, Ikechukwu Anyene, as he
revealed that the victim was an indigene of Agwu in Enugu
State.
Anyene said he sent national officers of the union to the
North West Province to investigate what led to the tragic
incident.
He told Vanguard that initial investigation showed that some
unknown assailants shot and killed Okorie, adding that 20
Nigerians resident in the city were initially arrested by the
police for protesting the murder and allegedly causing
public violence.

He said, “Nigeria Union is satisfied with investigations done
so far by the South African police.
“Our people and government are not happy with the way
cases involving Nigerians in South Africa are being handled,
vis-a-vis the high success rate of prosecution of crime in
South Africa.
“We told Nigerians resident in the province to remain law
abiding and allow the police to carry out a thorough
investigation of the incident,” Anyene said.
He said that the incident had been reported to the South
African Police Department and other government agencies.
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