NiDCOM boss vows to investigate killing of Nigerian in South Africa.
Written by News Room on January 11, 2022
Chairman/CEO of the Nigerians in Diaspora Commission’s (NiDCOM) Mrs Abike Dabiri-Erewa, said on Monday that investigation into the circumstances surrounding the killing in South Africa, of Mr Olusola Solarin, a Nigerian on Dec. 12.
Meanwhile, the Nigeria Union South Africa (NUSA) has condemned the killing of Solarin, a Nigerian in the former apartheid enclave.
President of the union, Mr Collins Mgbo described the deceased as a brilliant, hardworking motivator and community leader who has fallen victim to the orgy of violence in South Africa.
The killing of Solarin in that country has raised the death tally of Nigerians in South Africa to more than 127 since 2019.
Solarin was said to have met his death as he was returning to his base after supplying goods to his customers outside Johannesburg.
He has since been buried at Makun community in Sagamu, near Abeokuta in Ogun.