Shoprite shopping center in Ota, Ogun State, was closed somewhere around dissenting individuals from the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) today Saturday, August tenth over the widespread instances of xenophobic assaults on Nigerians in South Africa.
The dissenting understudies raged the South African-possessed shopping center at about 11am with notices conveying engravings, for example, “South Africans must go”, ”Enough of the slaughtering of our siblings, sisters, and relatives in South Africa”, ”You can’t keep on murdering our kin and still feed fat on us” and numerous others.”
The National Public Relations Officer of NANS, Azeez Adeyemi, who talked for the benefit of the dissenting understudies, said
“NANS’ administration under its President, Mr Danielson Bamidele, have made plans to advocate the battle of returning sense to rebellious South Africans. It appears the administration of South Africa gets joy from the silly killings and sees the consistent xenophobic assaults on Nigerians occupants in South Africa as a standard.
NANS’ battle against xenophobia has moved past common road dissents. Our objective presently is to prepare Nigerian understudies and Nigerians towards truncating the smooth running of South African organizations in Nigeria. We will continue here at Shoprite, Stanbic IBTC, MTN and Multichoice on Aug. 14 for a complete shut down. This is a battle that will proceed until the triumph of direction is accomplished,” Adeyemi said.
Review that on Thursday August eighth, challenging understudies picketed MTN, DSTV and Stanbic IBTC Bank workplaces in Abeokuta and Adamawa state to express their dismay at the tenacious killing of Nigerians in South Africa.