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PostSubject: Group seeks compensation for victims of S’Africans attacks   Mon 20 Apr 2015, 4:54 pm

A civil society group, Citizens
Advocacy for Social and Economic
Rights, has called on the South
African Government to pay
compensation to victims of the
xenophobic attacks in that country.
CASER, in a statement issued on
Monday in Abuja by its Executive
Director, Mr Frank Tietie, also
demanded the setting up of a
victims support fund by the Federal
Government to assist affected
Nigerians.
The group, according to the
statement, canvassed that all South
African businesses in Nigeria should
contribute money to the fund.
The statement said that the
demands would be presented
during a peaceful protest to the
South African High Commission in
Abuja on Tuesday.
It added that CASER would use the
protest to denounce the attacks
and hold the South African
government responsible for failing
to protect Nigerians and other
African nationals in its domain.
The group said, “The South African
government would be compelled
to pay compensation to all the
victims of the xenophobic attacks.
“This is imperative since the
government has failed to take
steps to prevent the reoccurrence
of the attacks after the 2008
xenophobic violence which led to
the gruesome death of 62 persons.
“The Nigerian government would
be demanded to set up a fund to
which all South African businesses
in Nigeria must contribute money
to support the victims of the recent
shameful xenophobic attacks in
South Africa.
“Black South Africans would be
reminded of how ungrateful they
are as a people to the rest of Africa,
especially Nigerian workers who
contributed money to their
liberation struggles.
“We would show that Nigeria loves
all people, especially Africans, and
they are all fully welcome to live,
work and do business in Nigeria
with all their rights guaranteed.”
The Nigerian Consul-General in
South Africa, Amb. Uche Ajulu-
Okeke, on Sunday said Nigerians
had lost more than 1.2 million Rand
(N21m) in the ongoing attacks.
Ajulu-Okeke told the News Agency
of Nigeria that the losses included
looted shops, burnt shops, two
burnt mechanic workshops, 11
burnt cars and two stolen cars,
among others.
NAN recalls that the xenophobic
attacks were allegedly triggered by
comments credited to Goodwill
Zwelithini, an influential South
African king, who was quoted to
have said foreigners should leave
the country.
Zwelithini’s comments resounded
among many poor South Africans
who accuse foreigners of taking
advantage of weak immigration
rules to flood the country and
“steal” their jobs
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PostSubject: Re: Group seeks compensation for victims of S’Africans attacks   Mon 20 Apr 2015, 11:14 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Group seeks compensation for victims of S’Africans attacks   Tue 21 Apr 2015, 6:47 am

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PostSubject: Re: Group seeks compensation for victims of S’Africans attacks   Tue 21 Apr 2015, 10:21 am

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PostSubject: Re: Group seeks compensation for victims of S’Africans attacks   Wed 22 Apr 2015, 1:20 am

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PostSubject: Re: Group seeks compensation for victims of S’Africans attacks   Wed 22 Apr 2015, 4:12 am

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