No compensation for Xenophobic attack -S/africa

Nigeria after its request for compensation for its victims was turned down by South Africa.

     The south African minister of foreign affairs Naledi pandor said on Thursday,the 5th of September that compensation was not in the country's law.

   The need for compensation was championed by Nigeria's minster of foreign affairs who on Thursday at the presidential villa in Abuja addressed news men by stating that Nigeria will take necessary measures to ensure that the affected victims will be compensated.

     In his statement the minister said "Our citizens have suffered a lot.It is the responsibility of the government to ensure that they are compensated and we will take measures necessary and do whatever we have to do to ensure that they are compensated."

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