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Friday, September 16, 2016

Trader Killed In South Africa

A Nigerian trader, Monday Okorie, has been killed in Potchefstroom, North West Province of South Africa.



President of the Nigeria Union in South Africa, Ikechukwu Anyene, said the victim was an indigene of Agwu in Enugu State.
Anyene said he sent national officers of the union to the North West Province to investigate what led to the tragic incident.

He told Vanguard that initial investigation showed that some unknown assailants shot and killed Okorie, adding that 20 Nigerians resident in the city were initially arrested by the police for protesting the murder and allegedly causing public violence.
He said some of the Nigerians had been released after investigations while the nine charged to court were granted free bail.
He said, “Nigeria Union is satisfied with investigations done so far by the South African police.
“Our people and government are not happy with the way cases involving Nigerians in South Africa are being handled, vis-a-vis the high success rate of prosecution of crime in South Africa.

“We told Nigerians resident in the province to remain law abiding and allow the police to carry out a thorough investigation of the incident,” Anyene said.

He said that the incident had been reported to the South African Police Department and other government agencies.

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50 comments:

  1. Haaaaa wicked people




    *Larry was here*

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    1. No, really?? (Inject sarcasm here)

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  3. This is Soo sad!
    The info on his death though vague but obvious he died through violence. Not fair!
    And Agwu and Nenwe people of Enugu State can be Soo friendly,easy-going and amiable. Loyal. Extremely loyal. Those I know.

    Rest on sir. May God comfort ur loved ones and grant u peace Now. Amen!

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    1. Its Igbotic not ibotic ,you twice damned fool

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  4. I still do not know why Nigerian's travel to that country, they hate Nigerian's with passion I'm talking from experience.

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    1. I wish Nigeria could be fixed. I wish Nigeria could become and surpass these countries which seem to have economic stability which lures many Nigerians away.

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  5. Nawaoooo! Evil news all over the world. Lord have mercy. May his soul rest in peace.

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  6. If only this country was a better place, all these racism and the rest from SA for no dey.... Wetin person for find go for SA.

    Mr Buhari, fix this country back to how it was then resign!

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  7. Things like this break my heart.

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  8. Namesake, it's Awgu not Agwu..RIP to the dead. I just hope it's not drug related..

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  9. God knows i never liked South Africa as a country for once. So violent minded and absolutely corrupt with a bias prosecution and judiciary system. Well i don't blame them, its in their DNA as a result of the misadventures of the Apartheid Era.

    But can there be any country out there where there is NO single Nigerian? Like we are everywhere in the world.

    #RIP Nwanna

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  10. Na wah ! somebody's son just died like that. I pity his parents. I just imagined how they'll feel like when their sons corpse will be brought home. R.I.P to him.

    God Bless Everyone.

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  11. Bizzmane Interiors - 3D Panels for walls & ceiling, Wall Paper & 3D Floors - 08062642259 , 0708410882616 September 2016 at 12:29

    If not for our nonsense leaders that won't allow positive change in our country who will even go to S.A. What do they even have? Lazy angry men and ugly woman with big waist full of shit. I'm beginning to dislike these South Africans. But our eastern brothers too. Always meddling in people's affairs like Scooby doo.

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  12. Why do they hate Nigerians so much though???It's always one news or the other about a Nigerian being attacked in SA.

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    1. Mami, I just don't gerrit, the hate is something else.
      Sebi if our country was ok, if our leaders hadn't failed us,they won't be going to southy... mtcheeew.

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    2. They are jealous period. Nigerian government are not helping matters at all.

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  14. Stella it's drug related, you need to see how some Nigerians behave here, no decorum at all, they are louder than the citizens, sometimes I even have to lie that I'm from cameroun.

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  15. Stella I don't always see my comment, wetin I do you?

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  16. My Igbo brothers are suffering because they want to make ends meet,had it been he was in Nigeria such would not happen (I dey talk like say Naija na safe place) smh....

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    1. I'm surprised you don't say south Africans are marginalising igbos.

      Stella please in future, say "nigerian killed in SA", not tribe

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  17. Nigerians are too stubborn, u hardly hear an American was in SA or an Italian,they think other countries are as lawless as Nigeria.

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    1. It's not just nigerians they attack, we just hear more about nigerians because we are in nigeria

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  18. I wonder why Nigerians keep going to that country....
    They don't treat us well over there!
    I will rather go to Togo than s/Africa
    I hate that country

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  19. May his soul RIP

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  20. Hmmmmmm Igbo man will travel outside to see that his family do not suffer only to end up dead because of envy, jealousy of useless South African people who do not want to see our brothers making money.

    May God comfort his families and comfort Nigerians who witnessed his death.

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  21. Rip to the dear
    South Africans ndi mgbu

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  22. Rip,in your next life if there is any learn to stay in your country and die

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  23. Please come back home and drink water in peace in your father's land. We know the economy isn't favourable but somehow somehow we will scale through. Shame on South Africa! Doing this to fellow blacks.

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  24. MEANWHILE NA SOUTH AFRICA BE DAT OR ALL ESE GUTTERS FOR LAGOS(ESPECIALLY LEKKI)WEY DEY FORMAT PERSON DESTINY

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  25. Sad! Sad! foul play alert.

    Nigerians in Diaspora please learn to not to isolate yourselves in foreign countries, where ever you go ensure your fellow 9ja's dey there.

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  26. Black South Africans are fucking lazy. They rather sit on their asses and collect hangout from the government than work. Then they get pissed when Nigerians, Zimbabweans etc start making money from jobs they feel are below them. That's the root of their Xenophobia. Envy and Laziness. God help them. RIP Sir.

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  27. Suffering at home st risk abroad. God save us. Rip to the dead

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  28. all this biafrans that prefer every where else other than biafra. na them fill festac yet they want biafra. start by moving to biafra and we would give you your country, RIP

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    1. What is the meaning of this stupidity? If you can't talk/write like a normal person, GTFOH. Effing tribalist.

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  29. But why do South Africans hate us so much? RIP

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  30. Very sad...God save ur children.

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  31. Am a Nigerian schooling in south African..

    And I can tell u one thing for sure..south African don't hate Nigerian...our igbo brother just keep making troubles
    most of the igbo that I know In Johannesburg are drug dealer..u always see them looking dirty and
    unkempt..very few are into legitimate business
    They just come to this country with no plan at all and start causing nuisance..I repeat igbo people sell drugs over here..have never seen any other national that sell drugs the way Nigerian sell drugs here..

    Have never faced any form of discrimination in all my years have been living.all u have to do is stay out of trouble and don't involve your self In shady
    deals.

    And to those of you saying Nigeria is better than south Africa..I laugh una..10 year to come Nigeria won't get to the level of south Africa ..stable power supply is in abundance. .good road network..good standard of living..working relaible infrastructure. .the economy is booming..zero corruption..except for the few police that may receive bribe when u are found out with expired paper. .and no driving licence..

    Y'all should tell igbo people to stop selling
    drugs
    I don talk my own..because y'all are blowing thing out of proportion

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    1. You be real person. They're just talkin rubbush, they should come to SA and see thier brothers.

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  32. It's just very bad and since nothing is done to bring justice, It will certainly continue the ''injustice ". They come to our country and we hold them in high esteem. Too bad

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