Xenophobic Attacks: Ekweremadu Lead Senate Delegation to South Africa Parliament


Nigerian Deputy Senate President Senator Ike Ekweremadu will lead the strong delegation from the Nigerian Senate to South Africa Parliament to express the country anger on the continuous killing of Nigerians.

The Senate resolved on Tuesday to send a strong parliamentary delegation to South Africa parliament to condemned in strong terms the return of xenophobic attacks and extra-judicial killings of Nigerians by the South African police and South Africans.

The Senate President Bukola Saraki announced members of the delegation on Wednesday during the plenary.

Other members of the delegation are Senate majority leader Ahmed Lawan, Olusola Adeyeye, Shaba Lafiaji, Shehu Sani, Magnus Abe and Stella Oduah. The upper chamber of the National Assembly is yet to announce the date of their departure.

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