Ghana rescues citizens from a xenophobic attack in South Africa

Ghana rescues citizens from a xenophobic

Ghana’s Mission in South Africa rescued 18 Ghanaians after being attacked by some locals in Pretoria, South Africa according to a report by Citi FM.
A few of the Ghanaians are reported to have sustained various degrees of injury after an attack following accusations by a group of locals called Namelodi Concerned Residents that non-south Africans are taking over their jobs.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey told Parliament on Friday that her outfit has adopted stringent measures to ensure the safety of Ghanaians living in South Africa.
Renewed xenophobic attacks in South Africa have left over one hundred and forty suspects arrested after clashes with migrants which left some of the migrants injured.


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