ANOTHER NIGERIAN KILLED BY SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE IN VANDERBIJLPARK, SOUTH AFRICA

ANOTHER NIGERIAN KILLED BY SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE IN VANDERBIJLPARK, SOUTH AFRICA

Another Nigerian was reportedly killed by the South African police on Tuesday in Vanderbijlpark, South Africa.  We are still uncertain about the full details of the incident and we will publish a full report as soon as have an update about the killing.

 

The reason why this killing of Nigerian’s in South Africa continued is that nobody challenges the problem, the south African government never brought those police into the book and South Africa media will never publish such accident/news and Nigerian are never protest/stand up against it. that is why is continued, South Africa police see Nigerian as a street goat that can be killed by anyone because street goat does not belong to anyone said a South African lady.

There was a Nigeria Lives Matter March at the constitution hill in Johannesburg yesterday.

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