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Xenophobia Reloaded 2 more Nigerians murdered in South Africa

Barely one week after a Nigerian businessman was beaten to death in South Africa, two other Nigerians have been murdered in what is seen as a xenophobic attack.

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It seems the spate of attacks on Nigerians and other nationals has refused to die down in South Africa as two Nigerians have been murdered yet again, barely a week after a 35- year-old Nigerian businessman, Chinedu Ikejiaku, was beaten to death by the guards at a private security firm in Polokwane, Limpopo Province of the country.

Also Read: "Xenophobia: Another Nigerian businessman beaten to death in SA"

This time, the two murdered Nigerians, Gideon Ogalaonye and Michael Nnamdi, were said to have been killed by some South African and Zimbabwean criminals after robbing them of their possessions.

According to the President General of the Nigerian Union in that country, Ikechukwu Anyene, Ogalaonye, who hails from Onitsha, Anambra State, was shot dead while on a visit to the home of his daughters, while Nnamdi, an indigene of Enugu State, was stabbed to death by bandits who wanted to steal his mobile phone.

Also Read: "Xenophobia Reloaded: Nigerian businessman murdered by unknown gunmen in South Africa"

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