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South African police attack Nigerians, hospitalise five
The Nigeria Union, South Africa, says it has protested the alleged beating of five Nigerians, a day after the killing of Mr Olamilekan Badmus, a 25-year-old native of Ogun State, by South African Police. Its President, Mr Adetola Olubajo, who spoke on the telephone from Johannesburg, South Africa said the union received information that the […]
“A special police unit, the Independent Police Investigating Directorate (IPID), is handling it. We have met them and on top of the situation,” he said.
“In all, five Nigerians are hospitalised, because of the beating they allegedly received from the police.
“In the process, some Nigerians were picked up and beaten by the police.
“Investigation on the killing of Badmus has commenced.
“The union has protested again this act. We condemn this cruel treatment of our people because they did not commit any crime,” he said.
“We also understand that the witness, a flatmate of Badmus, was arrested and beaten by the police.
Its President, Mr Adetola Olubajo, who spoke on the telephone from Johannesburg, South Africa said the union received information that the police in South Africa had brutalised another five Nigerians in the same area where Badmus was killed.
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Olubajo said that the union had reported all incidents to the Nigerian Mission in South Africa.
Olubajo, however, urged Nigerians in the area to be calm and remain law abiding.
The Nigeria Union, South Africa, says it has protested the alleged beating of five Nigerians, a day after the killing of Mr Olamilekan Badmus, a 25-year-old native of Ogun State, by South African Police.
The NUSA president said information made available to the union indicated that the police were looking for the witness who saw the killing of Badmus.
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