The President, Nigeria Union, South Africa (NUSA), Mr. Adetola Olubajo, on Wednesday has cried out on series of killings of Nigerians in the country, saying the body is not happy with it.
According to the union leader, it has been a very dark week for Nigerians in South Africa.
“First, Mr. Jelili Omoyele, a 35-year-old cellular phone technician, was allegedly shot dead in Johannesburg on Saturday.
“ Another Nigerian, Mr. Olamilekan Badmus, 25 years native of Ogun, was also killed at Vaal Vreneging, near Johannesburg on Tuesday.
“On the same day, a third Nigerian, identified as Ifeanyi, a chicken seller, was accidentally shot in the head by the police.
“The Nigerian is in the hospital battling for his life,” he said.
Olubajo said that some executive members of the union met with the police at Vaal Vreneging and a case had been opened.
These are Nigerians who are loyal and hardworking he said.
“A murder case has been opened by the police. The Independent Police Investigating Directorate has commenced investigation. “Our Legal Secretary is on top of the situation.”
He called on the The Independent Police Investigating Directorate to do something about the killings as it is getting out of hand.
“Something urgent must be done to stop this ugly trend,” he said.
Main while NUSA president said the union also met with Nigerians in the area and told them to be calm, law-abiding and allow the police to do their work.