The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) on Thursday shut the Kaduna office of South African Telecommunication mammoth, MTN, over xenophobic assaults and killings of 118 Nigerians over the most recent two years.
NANS’ Director, Travels and Exchange, Mr Dominic Philip, clarified in Kaduna that the progression was important to control further assaults, plundering, pulverization and careless killings of African nationalities, especially Nigerians in South Africa.
Philip reviewed that Nigeria had contributed ethically, monetarily, carefully and strategically to the fomentations that in the long run prompted the liberation of South Africans from white’s control.
The NANS official likewise said that African nations driven by Nigeria helped in the organization of dark dominant part rule in South Africa in 1994.
He similarly said that Nigeria assumed a major caring job by opening monetary open doors for South African natives to put resources into the Nigerian market, the greatest market in Africa.
Philip, nonetheless, noted with terrifying, that as opposed to responding the motion, South Africa had enabled Nigerians to endure all types of segregation, including murders and plundering of their organizations.
As indicated by him, NANS will never again line up with Nigerian Government political methodology, which is cosmopolitan and reconciliatory on the issue.