Outrage As Assassins Kill Nigerian Igbo Businessman In South Africa

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According to The National Helm, the killings of Nigerians in South Africa has continued following the brutal murder of another man who was attacked by unknown assailants. A video footage which was posted online shows the moment the man was left dead in the pool of his blood after the assassination.

The man was shot in the head at a point blank rage while returning from an outing. His car key, phone and wallet were left untouched by the assassins as he had already died beside his car before people gathered to rush him to the hospital.

In the video, his Nigerian friends can be heard crying and lamenting in Igbo language about the increasing rate of killing of citizens in South Africa as they asked what is happening in the country.

According to reports, over 117 Nigerians have been extra-judicially killed in South Africa between 2016 and 2018 for one flimsy reason or the other.

Watch the video on NaijaGists official FB page.

5 thoughts on “Outrage As Assassins Kill Nigerian Igbo Businessman In South Africa

  1. Perhaps investigation into these killings should be expanded to include details about why it is largely successful males or males on the rise that appear to be targeted. Who they are dating or married to might help in understanding whether apart from being foreigners successful in business they are perceived as threats because the womenfolk prefer them. We need every information to guide those who choose to live in that seemingly Naija-unfriendly terrain. The killings are just painfully senseless.
    RIP to the dead

  2. Dumb naija govt.who wouldnt believe sth afrca is the next place our citizens are killed besides fulani massacre
    1,place a ban for people travelling to s africa whether we go to school there or have business there.
    2,CUT BUsiness ties with them.stv,mtn,shoprite..boycott them
    3,recall our ambassador and fire theirs.
    4,lift embargo when their president visits abuja and grants an apology through wide broadcast to the naton.
    5,have him sign memorandum of understanding and consequences if the killings continue.
    6,hoping if the cattle commandr in aso villa understands the diplomacy here.

    • Do you think our bureaucrats are ready to do these? that is one of our problems as a nation. We never felt it is an insult to our sovereignty. Our leaders are turning a blind eye because none of their family is involved. This act is barbaric and unjust. Even if it has to do with drugs, this Country is capable enough to punish any offenders rather than killing some Nigerians randomly.

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