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Xenophobic attacks: Senate Disengaged from South Africa trip

by O. S David

Xenophobic attacks: Senate Disengaged from South Africa trip

Senator Ike Ekweremadu led Committee on xenophobic attacks, scheduled to travel to South Africa this week, have pulled out.

Deputy Senate President, Ekweremadu stated this at Wednesday’s plenary.

However, he explained that the decision was to enable House of Representatives members who have left already to conclude their mission.

The committee which is made up of 7 members of the house was set up a week ago by the Senate President, Dr Bukola Saraki. Their aim was to engage the South Africa parliament and other stakeholders with a view to ending xenophobic attacks on foreigners in South Africa.

Report says arrangements had been concluded by the Committee to travel on Thursday.

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