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BREAKING: Fresh attack hit Nigerians, others in S.A as Armed protesters orders foreigners to leave
Just as President Mohammadu Buhari set to meet with South African President, Cyril Ramaphosa, the fresh attack hits foreigners, including Nigerians as armed thugs hit streets orders everyone to leave the country.
In a gathered report, a South African newspaper, Sowetan Live, said bloodthirsty protesters, who carried weapons such as knobkerries, are waiting to be addressed by Mangosuthu Buthelezi, a notable politician and Zulu tribe leader.
This is coming one week after South Africans attacked foreigners following the death of death Taxi driver allegedly killed by Zambian.
Nigeria, Malawi and Rwanda had boycotted the World Economic Forum held in South Africa while Zambia cancelled an international friendly match with South Africa in protest to register their anger.
Majority of African countries involved in the bloody attack has carried out reprisal attacks in their various countries, including Zimbabwe, Nigeria etc leading to burning MTN office burning of properties worth millions of naira.