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Main Local news LOCAL NEWS Xenophobia: Nigerians attack S/Africa-owned supermarket in Lagos 2 minutes ago 4976 views by Nurudeen Lawal In the wake of the recurrent xenophobic attacks against Nigerians in South Africa, some Nigerians are staging a massive protest at Shoprite premises along the Lekki-Epe Expressway, which has led to huge traffic gridlock. The protesters are calling for a shutdown of all businesses that are owned by South Africans in the country. Over the years, several Nigerians have been killed and their shops and businesses burnt down by South Africans in a series of Xenophobic attacks. South Africans, since Thursday, August 29, had started another renewed spate of attacks had Angered that the South African government is not doing enough to stop the attack, some Nigerians, on Tuesday afternoon, September 3, stormed the South African owned super market along the Lekki-Epe Expressway calling for a complete shutdown of the business. According to Sahara Reporters, the protesters who are largely made up of young Nigerians chanted songs of solidarity as they made their way into the place and eventually disrupted activities. The protesters, despite the presence of heavily-armed security personnel, ensured that they created tension at the place. An eyewitness who spoke with The Guardian claimed the protesters stormed the shopping mall outlet to vandalise it. She, however, added that security operatives have since moved to contain the situation, dispersing the irate youths with tear gas and gunshots. Another eyewitness who spoke with Premium Times, Gboyega Bashorun, said he was returning home from work when he noticed a raging inferno. “I was coming back from work around 3:30 when I suddenly noticed a burning fire at the Shoprite by Jakande Bus-Stop,” Bashorun, a technical assistant, was quoted to have said. “I saw a raging fire and saw several police vans and other security people at the entrance.” “The Mobil and SPG gas stations nearby also closed their gates. I later gathered that it was a retaliation for what happened in South Africa,” he added. The newspaper adds that a video sent by Bashorun also showed wild smoke billowing over the supermarket's premises from an apparent burning of tyres. The police and other security personnel in Lagos have foiled an attempt by irate Nigerians to burn a Shoprite location in Lekki, Lagos, the newspaper also confirmed. The development has, however, led to a heavy traffic gridlock as motorists are being warned to, if there is any, take alternative routes. Below are some pictures and footage of the attack shared on Twitter: PAY ATTENTION: NAIJ.com upgrades to Legit.ng: a letter from our Editor-in-Chief Bayo Olupohunda Meanwhile, President Muhammadu Buhari has condemned the xenophobic attacks and has sent special envoy to South Africa to convey his concerns on the situation to President Cyril Ramaphosa. This was contained in a statement on Tuesday, September 3, by special adviser to the president on media and publicity, Femi Adesina. Adesina said President Buhari noted with deep concern series of attacks on Nigerian citizens and property in South Africa since August 29, 2019. NAIJ.com (naija.ng) -> Legit.ng Same great journalism, upgraded for better service! Nigerians protest against xenophobia - on Legit TV Source: Legit.ng HOT: BRAZIL FEMALE NAMES HIGHEST PAID CUP IN FOOTBALL LIKELY INTERVIEW QUESTIONS AT THE US EMBASSY JOBBERMAN ABUJA BRAIDS HAIRSTYLES 2018 NIGERIAN LATEST NEWS HAPPENING NOW: Lekki-Ajah on lockdown as Nigerians attack S/Africa-owned supermarket (video) 2 minutes ago 4976 views RECOMMENDED NEWS Bayelsa election: Thugs detonate explosive, engage police in PDP primaries an hour ago 2701 views Aaron Wan-Bissaka of Man United pulls out of England squad for Euro 2020 qualifiers an hour ago 1639 views Opinion: The fall of Nnamdi Kanu season 4 by Abiodun Israel an hour ago 1935 views Xenophobia: Consider military options, nationalization- AIED tells FG an hour ago 1895 views Xenophobia: We must stop barking - Shehu Sani tackles FG, African governments over attacks an hour ago 1809 views SHOW COMMENTS What Buhari, President Ramaphosa will do about South Africans' attack on Nigerians - Osinbajo MORE ABOUT OUR COMPANY Feedback About Us Advertise with us Categories Contact us Tags Submit your story Privacy Policy Career DMCA Removal SOCIAL MEDIA Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube News Hausa Latest news in Nigeria READ US Leave your email to receive our newsletter Our applications for phones Naij.com Media Limited, 2019 All rights reserved Read more: www.legit.ng/1257741-nigerians-attack-safrica-owned- supermarket-lekki-ajah.html

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