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$10 billion for victims of xenophobic attacks in South Africa

Nigerian activists are seeking $10 billion for the victims of xenophobic attacks in South Africa. The Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) said on Sunday that it had sent an open letter to...

Request to sue South Africa for $10bn over xenophobic attacks gets boost

There is prospect Nigerian victims of xenophobic attacks in South Africa may soon get some justice, as Ms Soyata Maiga, Chairperson, African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights has agreed to “take appropriate action” on request...

SERAP petitions African Commission over Omoyele Sowore

Nigeria's Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has sent an open letter to Mrs Soyata Maiga, Chairperson of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights and the commission’s members requesting them “to urgently intervene and put...
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Buhari releases emotional statement on Leah Sharibu, Christian girl who refuses to convert to Islam and remains in custody of Boko Haram Islamist terrorists

President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday released a personal statement on Leah Shabiru, two years after at least 110 children were kidnapped...

FULL REMARKS As Pompeo concludes Angola trip with joint briefing with external affairs minister Manuel Augusto

Secretary Michael R. Pompeo And Angolan Minister of External Relations Manuel Augusto At a Joint Press Availability Michael...

The rest of the world is so corrupt unlike the United States under Trump, U.S. Secretary of State Michael Pompeo boasts in Angola, a...

President Donald Trump appointed Secretary of State Michael Pompeo boasted in Angola on Sunday night that the rest of the world...

Amnesty expresses shock over death in police custody of Rwanda gospel singer Kizito Mihigo. Kagame’s police say singer committed suicide

Amnesty International on Monday expressed shock, anger and sadness over the death in police custody of Rwanda singer Kizito Mihigo.
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