Lagos - A Nigerian
businessman based in Johannesburg, South Africa, Mr Emmanuel Onyekaozuru, 50,
was killed on Sunday by gunmen.
The President of Nigeria Union in South Africa, Mr Ikechukwu
Anyene, on Monday told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Pretoria, South
Africa, that Onyekaozuru was shot by two gunmen.
"The union has received a report that a Nigerian
businessman, Emmanuel Onyekaozuru, was shot in his business premises at 9.00
p.m. yesterday (June 7).
''The report said that the gunmen shot the deceased and
escaped in a car.
"The incident has been reported to the police and the
Nigerian Consul General in South Africa,’’ he said.
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Anyene said that the union would work with the consul
general and the police to ensure that justice was done in the case.
"Mr Onyekaozuru is the only son of his parents. He is
married with three children.
"He is an indigene of Abatete in Idemili North Local
Government Area of Anambra State,’’ he said.
Anyene also said that the gunmen did not remove anything
from the business premises of the deceased.
"This is one death too many and we are not happy that a
Nigerian has been killed,’’ he said.