• FOR SALE: One bedroom executive flat, Lagos, Nigeria | Get details]



Nigerian Senate on Tuesday weighed the option of expelling South African companies in Nigeria over xenophobic attacks.


This is coming as Nigerians in South African are at the mercy of various attacks by the citizens who believed that Nigerian citizens have taken over many of their jobs.

Xenophobia: What South Africans Are Saying About Nigerians

Senator Olusola Adeyeye representing Osun Central constituency of Osun State gave the hint during Tuesday's plenary.

See tweet: Sen Adeyeye is hinting that Nigeria might have no option, but to expel @DStvNg @MTNNG @Shoprite_NG out of Nigeria over xenophobic attacks.

Related: Nigerians Retaliate Xenophobic Attack, Vandalise MTN Office In Abuja

More to come...


Why can't they?

Ebele Obimma on FB said:

"Who will bear the brunt of these companies packing to their country? Still Nigerians! And many more will lose their jobs and some will still run away to South Africa."

This provides the reason why they wouldn't.