Nigerian Union’s strategy for ending attacks against Nigerians

Nigerian Union’s strategy for ending attacks against Nigerians

Nigerian Union’s PRO Emeka Collins post the organization’s strategy for ending attacks against Nigerians in South Africa via their Facebook page and they are as follows;
1. Joining hands with organizations and communities who are genuinely concerned about crime to root out crime in our communities. In this regard, we have formed working relationship with organizations such as Asilwani Cleaning Streets, Mecchart, various Community Policing Forums etc. We have equally combined forces with communities of Polokwane, Kaalfontein, Kuruman, Posmasburg, Johannesburg South etc. These collaborations have started producing results.

2. NUSA started a campaign against human trafficking, drugs, and prostitution last year. It is still ongoing.
3. NUSA officials at all levels are visiting trenches educating our people on the necessity of living a crime-free
life. We advise our people on the alternative means of making a living legitimately.
4. We are cooperating with the authorities to curb crime and also correct the perception that only Nigerians do the crime. Or that all Nigerians are criminals.
And much more that we cannot discuss here.
Note that it is not the duty of NUSA to fight crime but as patriotic citizens, we help the authorities in the pursuit of a crime-free society.

Next time before u ask ‘what is NUSA doing to stop the attack on Nigerians and curb crime? first, ask ‘what have I done to make a positive change on these issues?; How many times have I reported the crime to the police? Do not be an armchair critique. Be a change agent.


NUSA PRO, Emeka Ezinteje

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