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AARE ONAKAKANFO (OTUNBA GANI ADAMS) OFFICIAL VISIT TO SOUTH AFRICA

Otunba (Dr.) Gani Adams is a man of many parts; a visionary leader, a charismatic political activist, a reliable champion of rights of the masses, an embodiment of political morality

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NIGERIANS IN SOUTH AFRICA GIVE THEIR OPINION ON XENOPHOBIA, SLAVERY AND FULANI KILLINGS!

At the recent Memorial service held for the late Honorable Dr. Alex Ifeanyichukwu Ekwueme, GCON, former Vice President of Nigeria, NDTV asked some Nigerians about their thoughts and opinions of

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NIGERIAN BLOOD ON THE FLOOR: A STORY OF STREAMING BODY BAGS FROM JOHANNESBURG TO LAGOS

In the early parts of 1997, a vibrant Nigerian popularly known as Ncha South was brutally murdered in the process of a botched kidnap attempt on him, right in front

WHAT NIGERIANS THINK OF SOUTH AFRICANS

Adebayo Okeowo, founder of White Code Centre made a video on what Nigerians think about South Africans. ” It’s uncuffed and real as it gets,” as described by Adebayo. From

SUPPORT FEDERAL GOVERNMENT’S ANTI-CORRUPTION WAR, ENVOY URGES NIGERIANS IN SOUTH AFRICA

Nigeria`s High Commissioner to South Africa, Amb. Ahmed Musa Ibeto, has urged Nigerians living in that country to support the Federal Government`s war against corruption. Ibeto made the plea at

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NIGERIA HIGH COMMISSION PLANS CENSUS OF NIGERIANS IN SOUTH AFRICA

The High Commissioner, Amb. Ahmed Musa Ibeto, said in Pretoria, South Africa on Tuesday that the exercise would cover the nine provinces of that country. “ The mission plans to

BUHARI’S AIDE ABIKE DABIRI SPEAKS ON RECENT KILLINGS OF NIGERIANS IN SOUTH AFRICA

An aide to President Muhammadu Buhari has condemned the recent killings of two Nigerians in South Africa allegedly by police officers. Abike Dabiri, the Senior Special Assistant to the President

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HOW I WAS DEFRAUDED ON ARRIVAL IN SOUTH AFRICA – AKWA IBOM BORN MUSICIAN, UD OKON

Some five years ago, Ud Okon visited South Africa on a religious tourism, as a budding music star. Five years down the line, the Akwa Ibom born icon is making

Adetola Olubajo NUSA President’s Voice of Thanks (Full Speech)

I am immensely grateful to my family, friends, alliance partners and loyal supporters who so generously contributed their time, effort and resources to our campaign during this Nigerian Union South

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MORE NIGERIANS MAY LEAVE SOUTH AFRICA

Many Nigerians have left South Africa for other countries of the world whilst some have relocated back home. Xenophobia, economic recession, and difficulties to get relevant permits are major reasons

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