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  • Lagosians Looted Nigerians Businesses Over Xenophobia Attacks & Not Even South Africans, Over 5,000 Jobs Lost in Lagos – Gov. Sanwo-olu
  • Lagosians Looted Nigerians Businesses Over Xenophobia Attacks & Not Even South Africans, Over 5,000 Jobs Lost in Lagos – Gov. Sanwo-olu
    Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu has revealed that the counter xenophobic dissent
    purportedly prompted loss of more than 5,000 jobs in Lagos state.

    Sanwo-Olu has days back censured the looting of goods in shopping centers and furthermore, the Governor revealed the number of jobs lost during an inspection of some facilities damaged during the protest which was later hijacked by hoodlums. He said victims of the attack were Nigerian stores and not even South African-owned businesses.


    He said: ‘’We have seen the level of destruction at both Novare Plaza and Surulere plaza.

    “The first is to condemn the act that had led to this destruction in strong terms. These are just enormous destruction of property. This is extensive destruction of people’s wealth.



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    “Unfortunately, during my inspection of both plazas, I discovered that those affected were all indigenous stores and companies.

    “Even the names that are synonymous with South Africa, I could see that there were over 150 staffs that could not get to perform their duties because of the act.

    ‘’From the evidence shown, we realized that people also jumped in through some nearby properties within the community. All these are unimaginable.

    ‘’But really the lesson learnt from all these were that we all go back and check what are the social implications of what has happened and how can we learn from it.’’



    Unfortunately, during my inspection of both plazas, I discovered that those affected were all indigenous stores and companies.

    “Even the names that are synonymous with South Africa, I could see that there were over 150 staffs that could not get to perform their duties because of the act.

    ‘’From the evidence shown, we realized that people also jumped in through some nearby properties within the community. All these are unimaginable.

    ‘’But really the lesson learnt from all these were that we all go back and check what are the social implications of what has happened and how can we learn from it.’’

    ’When people come into a store overnight to loot the goods, it is an act that must be condemned. With the act now, over 5000 people are out of job. These are places that Nigerians were the major ones affected.’’
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