Former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode, has condemned the killing of a Nigerian student in South Africa, over his refusal to give the police money.
Fani-Kayode called for an end to the cold-blooded murders of Nigerians in South Africa, calling it “unacceptable”.
“I just saw a disturbing video of South African policemen who had just murdered a Nigerian student because he refused to give them money.
“The cold-blooded murder of Nigerians in South Africa by security forces and members of the civilian population must stop. It is unacceptable,” he tweeted on Thursday.
A 25-year-old indigene of Lagos state, Ibrahim Olalekan Badmus, has been allegedly killed in South Africa .
Confirming the death, Nigeria`s Consul General (CG) in South Africa, Godwin Adama, told journalists that Badmus was allegedly killed on Tuesday at Vaal Vreneging, near Johannesburg.