Residents Advocacy for Social and Economic Rights (CASER), on Tuesday approached the Federal Government to quickly coordinate all Nigerians living in South Africa to return home.
The Executive Director of CASER, Mr Frank Tietie decided in an announcement made accessible to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja.
“The activity is important to keep more Nigerians from losing their lives in the xenophobic assault, which the South Africans are as of now completing on Nigerians living in that nation.”
He said that the South African government was complicit in the xenophobic assaults by its inaction, including that Nigerian government and its residents must foundation appropriate response activities by authorizing their business advantages in Nigeria.
Tietie additionally approached Nigerians to blacklist South African organizations starting with the media transmission organizations in Nigeria and change to Nigerian claimed telecom organizations.
“They should quickly stop the South Africa oppression of the satellite TV space of Nigeria by declining to recharge their memberships.
“The Nigerian Attorney General of the Federation should quickly initiate appropriate lawful procedures at the best possible discussion to look for pay for every single Nigerian casualty of the lasting and unreliable xenophobic assaults by this age of unreasonable and corrupted South Africans.
“Where important, the AGF ought not spare a moment to further organize appropriate activities to look for authorizations against recognized South Africans under the present International Criminal Law system,” he focused.
The Executive Director additionally approached Nigerian government to issue a notice to consider the seizure of all South African business interests in Nigeria in case of another xenophobic assault on Nigerians. (NAN)