How Nigerians reacts to South Africans xenophobic attacks
As the news of the attack on Nigerians in South Africa reaches Nigeria, Nigerians took different measures to show their anger over the incident, from heart felt messages to angry tweets.
This is not the first time Nigeria-South Africa relationship has come under fire.
Nigerians has had Visa restrictions, expelled and even reportedly killed in the hands of South African Authorities.
Nigerian youths stormed South Africans businesses across Nigeria to show their anger;
How Nigerians reacts to South Africans xenophobic attacks -Protesters at Apapa MTN office in Lagos
Protesters stormed the MTN office in Lagos today as the news of the three killed in South Africa went viral, setting it on fire.
The fire fighter however was at the scene almost immediately to put the fire off.
In a reprisal attack, angry mob stormed Shoprite in Lekki Lagos halting business activities.
Goods at the mall was scattered on the floor before the police intervene killing one of the protesters.
Angry protesters stormed Ibadan Ring Road Shoprite to show their anger at the death of Nigerians in the hand of South Africans. However, Security operatives were there to make sure things doesn’t lead to violence