Xenophobia: Ezekwesili, Nigerians Meet In South Africa, 🙏Ask Ramaphosa To Apologise

  |   Nigeria News

The presidential candidate of the Allied Congress Party of Nigeria in the 2019 election, Dr. Obiageli Ezekwesili and leaders of the Nigerian community in Cape Town have called on President Cyril Ramaphosa to apologise to countries whose citizens were attacked during the xenophobic killings in South Africa.

The meeting held on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Cape Town, South Africa, comprised Nigerian entrepreneurs, professionals and the Nigerian community led by the acting President of the Nigerian Community Western Cape, Cosmos Echie.

Other members of the delegation that met with Ezekwesili were the representative of Yoruba community in Cape Town, Chief T.A Odutayo; chairman of Ohaneze Ndigbo (Western Cape), Chief Vincent Nzekwe and Secretary, Simon Odumegwu.

Others included the leader of the Ogoni community, Pastor Barry Wuganaale; current Financial Secretary of NCWC, Fuster Ludjoe; Treasurer of NCWC, Felicia Feni, Ebiere Joseph-Akwunwa, Chukwudi Nwokeabia, Samson Famuyiwa and Sunday Ekene.

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