Lagos - Nigerians who have been affected by the xenophobic
attacks in South Africa will be compensated according to the Minister of
Foreign Affairs, Musuliu Obanikoro, Vanguard reported.
According to reports, several Nigerians have lost their
business to the attacks and some of their belongings have been set on fire
during the raids on their businesses.
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Obanikoro, the Nigerian High Commissioner, Martin Cobham and
other delegations are planning to take stock of the damages done to Nigerians
and further will be adequately compensated.
The minister has assured they are working with all avenues
to make sure this issue is put behind together with the South African leaders.
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