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By Reuters

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LAGOS, NIGERIA (APRIL 16, 2015) (REUTERS) FEET OF PEOPLE WALKING DURING PROTEST NEAR SOUTH AFRICAN EMBASSY VARIOUS OF PROTESTERS CARRYING PLACARDS READING (English): "#STOP THE KILLINGS" AND "STOP XENOPHOBIA ATTACK" SHOUTING 'Stop Xenophobia in South Africa" (English) WOMAN HOLDING PAPER READING (English): "STOP XENOPHOBIA SA" AND PEOPLE SHOUTING 'Stop Xenophobia in South Africa" (English) FACE OF PROTESTER AS SHE SAYS 'Stop Xenophobia in South Africa" (English) POSTER READING (English) 'We are One United Continent. #STOP THE KILLINGS' (SOUNDBITE) (English) PROTESTER, SEGUN TOMORE, SAYING: "What is happening here is our way of condemning in the strongest terms xenophobia in South Africa. I don't believe Africans deserve what they're going through in South Africa because Africans, particularly Nigeria, was in the forefront of the war of the fight against apartheid. You know Nigeria contributed resources, you know manpower, everything, you know even empathy, in the fight against apartheid and I believe what is happening there is not the best way to repay, you know, the sacrifices of Africans and Nigerians." (SOUNDBITE) (English) PROTESTER, DAYENI OLUSESAN, SAYING: "The South African government, the way it goes is that they have to actually educate their citizens, they have to let them know that each country has their own peculiarities and their own crises and transferring aggression of personal and governmental policies on non-nationalities is not the best to solve the problem." SIGN READING (English): "NO PARKING SOUTH AFRICAN HIGH COMMISSION" VARIOUS OF PROTESTERS ADDRESSING AN OFFICIAL AT THE SOUTH AFRICAN EMBASSY PLACARD READING (English): "WE ARE ONE UNITED AFRICA "#STOP XENOPHOBIA ATTACK" (SOUNDBITE) (English) SOUTH AFRICAN EMBASSY OFFICIAL, GEORGE NESENGANI, SAYING: "As the embassy, we are deeply concerned with what is happening in South Africa and surely this memorandum, we are going to relay it to our authorities in South Africa. Thank you very much and we are very sorry with what is happening in South Africa." PROTESTER HANDING OVER MEMORANDUM TO SOUTH AFRICAN OFFICIAL SOUTH AFRICAN FLAG FLYING OUTSIDE EMBASSY IN LAGOS
Dateline: 2015

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