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South Africa’s High Commissioner to Nigeria, Bobby Monroe (extreme right) during a press briefing with Nigeria’s foreign affairs ministry headed by Geoffery Onyeama in Abuja on Tuesday.
Mr Bobby Monroe, South Africa’s High Commissioner to Nigeria, has reportedly denied reports of Xenophobic attacks in his country.
Monroe denied that the attacks allegedly ongoing in South Africa are xenophobic and targetted at Nigerians.
In a media briefing headed by Geoffery Onyeama, Nigeria’s foreign affairs ministry, the South African Commissioner made the comments.
In what he described ‘sporadic acts of violence’, the commissioner said other South Africans were also affected in the violence.
Recall that the Federal Government had earlier on Monday summoned South Africa commissioner over the recent xenophobic attacks on Nigerians ongoing in South Africa.
Minister of Foreign Affairs, Onyeama summoned the South African envoy after the latest xenophobic attacks on Nigerians in South Africa.
Meanwhile, a video emerged of a policeman trying to kill a Nigerian who was covering an attack from window of an apartment.
The policeman, who took a gun from his colleague, shot towards a window before the victim speedily moved out.