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MasterwebNews 20/2/17: Nigeria urges AU action over xenophobic attacks on Nigerians in South Africa

MasterwebNews 20/2/17: Nigeria urges AU action over xenophobic attacks on Nigerians in South Africa

[ Masterweb Reports: Terhemba Daka ] - The Nigerian government has called on the African Union to urgently intervene in the renewed xenophobic attacks on Nigerians and other Africans living in South Africa. The government yesterday also called on the South African authorities to take decisive and definitive ‎measures to protect Nigerian citizens and other Africans within South Africa’s borders.
In a statement issued in Abuja Monday, Senior Special Assistant on foreign Affairs and Diaspora, Abike Dabiri-Erewa, described the attacks as an unnecessary setback.

While also urging restraint on the part of Nigerians, she warned that further attacks without reprimand may have dire consequences.
Dabiri-Erewa said the attention of the AU was being called to intervene because she had an information that there will be xenophobic attacks against foreigners on Feb. 22 and Feb. 23.
It will be recalled that Hon. Abike Dabiri-Erewa had two weeks ago met with South African High Commissioner in Nigeria, Mr Lulu Aaron-Mnguni on the killing of Nigerians in South Africa.
Mr Aaron-Mnguni then promised that the South African government was investigating the matter.
“We have lost about 116 Nigerians in the last two years. And in 2016 alone, about 20 were killed. This is unacceptable to the people and Government of Nigeria, Dabiri-Erewa said.
The Nigerian Community in South Africa led by Mr Ikechukwu Anyene confirmed the attacks and looting of Nigerian-owned businesses in Pretoria West on Saturday.
Anyene said that the union had reported the incident to the Nigeria mission and South African police.
“As we speak, five buildings with Nigerian businesses, including a church have been looted and burned by South Africans,”‎ Anyene said.
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African Union seeks financial freedom to steal from Africans after plundering foreign funding - More suffering await Africans if proposal by corrupt and inept African Union (AU) to raise extra funds are adopted. The vulture body as corrupt as the most corrupt country in the world in their next summit holding in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea from June 20–27 would reach decision on alternative funding methods as financial support overseas dwindle. The cost of hotel accommodation, air travel and text messages in Africa would go up upon the adoption and implementation of the proposal put forward by AU Council of Ministers in supporting the body’s budget, growing in deficit yearly. The proposal approved by the ministers include a $5 levy on air tickets originating from or coming into Africa, a $2 levy on member states’ hospitality sectors, 0.1 per cent levy per text message from Africa, and a 0.5 per cent levy on member countries’ budgets. The extra funding as proposed by AU would fall on the heads of Africans most of who are suffering, either from abuse, unemployment, underemployment and non-payment of salary on time. AU Council of Ministers was the same organ that organized an African Union Symbols Competition in 2003 that its budget was embezzled and winners in the competition not duly compensated. All  African Union Symbols can be rightly described as Symbols of Shame and Fraud. Africans must resist any imposition of levy on them by African Union.
African Union must -  
(1)   either account for the money budgeted for compensating winners in the African Union Symbols Competition or pay winners according to the rules of the competition;
(2)   return the anthem 2nd prize fraudulently paid to one of the competition judges to the rightful winner and;

(3)   return the anthem 1st prize unpaid since a revised version of OAU anthem which was not entered in the competition was fraudulently assigned the first prize which was not paid out to anybody.
African Union is free to use Symbols it chooses provided winners in its Symbols Competition are compensated, otherwise AU Symbols are nothing but "Symbols of Shame and Fraud".
In 2006, AU organized a new flag competition with an entry from Libya's Colonel Muammar Gaddafi. The plan was to unveil a new AU flag, most likely Gaddafi's design at the AU summit in Ghana, the following year. Gaddafi was among the very few entrants in the competition since most prospective entrants boycotted it because of what happened with the first competition where winners chosen by judges were not announced and prizes not paid. It was Chief Charles O. Okereke’s effort, winner in the anthem category of the AU Symbols Competition that embarrassed the organizers from continuing the competition. Muammar Gaddafi as chairman of African Union in 2009 organized another AU flag competition with the requirement that entries should have green background as in Libya’s flag under him, but deceitfully the green background was presented as symbolizing hope of Africa. Entries were examined by a panel put in place by Muammar Gaddafi-led African Union Commission (AUC) and a winner was selected. The new flag (similar to the Libyan flag under Gaddafi) was adopted on January 31, 2010 in Addis Ababa, at AU 14th Ordinary Session of the Assembly of Heads of State and Government chaired by Gaddafi.
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