Photos: Nigerian Trader Murdered In Cape Town South Africa On Tuesday

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April 26, 2017 – Photos: Nigerian Electronics Seller Killed By Gunmen In Belleville Cape Town South Africa On Tuesday

Meet Chinedu Eze popularly called Tony, a very hardworking cell phone and electronics trader in South Africa who was murdered in cold blood yesterday near his shop in Cape Town.

According to friends of the deceased, the indigene of Umuchu in Anambra was returning home from his shop around 7pm yesterday when some gunmen suspected to be assassins opened fire on him in Belleville area of Cape Town.

The Goodwood resident reportedly died at the spot.

His death was announced on IG this morning by Cape Town-based Nigerian Pastor Apostle Mike Ibitoye.

The deceased is survived by a daughter Ijeoma.

May his soul rest in peace.

9 thoughts on “Photos: Nigerian Trader Murdered In Cape Town South Africa On Tuesday

  1. ALL THESE ARE HAPPENING yet the FG is completely silent and have gone banana.

    What was this innocent man‘s offence? How many more of our dear brothers and sister, mothers, fathers, children and relations shall these saved from slavery called SA kill before the Nigerian governvment will wake up and call a spade a spade?

    To deal with SA, first of all, let this their :MTN -Money Thieves of Nigeria- vacate the country completly and with an immediate effect.

    Then let‘s cut all ties be it bilateral or anything with them pronto.
    Evacuate all the Nigerians living there back home immediately and anyone who refuses will do so at his/her own peril. All those cannibals!
    RIP to that man.

    I take a stroll…

  2. God will intervene for your innocent soul . He will punish those involved and their entire family . Rest in peace

  3. The situation there will make it hard to investigate his death, before the xenophobia,Nigerians are killing themselves there also and this bring me to the question about the mother of his daughter.

    The painful truth is this young man has gone. May his soul rest in peace.

  4. I was with Tony hours before his death, he was forewarned by a pakistianian phone dealer but when death calls only God stops it.
    He’s a smart gentle man.

  5. Please I’m reading some false informations about Tony’s death on some platform.
    Please his death has nothing to do with xenophobic attack.
    He was shot by unknown gun men nu the investigation is still going on.

    • Are u new with the ongoing crisis ,they attack foreigners for taking their jobs and destroying foreign business doing well..we should recall our ambassador and close down their embassy in naija.boycott their businesses which is doing well without being attacked in naija and let see if ther president will visit for peaceful resolution.nonsense

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