Xenophobia: Angry Protesters burn Mtn office in Bodija Ibadan [Video]


An MTN office at Bodija Ibadan, the capital city of Oyo State, was reportedly set on fire last night on the heels of the protest which ensued after Nigerians and other foreigners in South Africa were subjected to Xenophobic attacks.

The video had long gone viral on social media as properties worth millions of naira where destroyed.

Recall that a similar outlet of the the SA telecommunication giant was said to have also been burnt down in Apapa Lagos State.

Recall that an angry mob had also stormed the premises of Shoprite mall in Victoria Island Lagos, another south Africa owned firm operating in the country and destroyed properties while also threatening to burn down the mall before they were dispersed by security operatives


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