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Gang war reportedly claims life of another Nigerian businessman in South Africa
The gang war going on between Nigerians in South Africa, has claimed another life after a businessman was gunned down. According to confirmed reports, the deceased was shot dead on Sunday, August 26th (yesterday) along Esselen Street, Sunnyside in Pretoria area, South Africa.
Another Nigerian man was said to have been also shot in the attack but was rushed to the hospital for treatment as South African police officers stormed the area after the shooting.
This is coming a day after a Nigerian man identified as Williams a.k.a Willie, was killed by unknown gunmen. Willie was murdered on Saturday, August 25th, by fellow Nigerians following the war going on between Nigerians in the country.
The deceased was killed by suspected cultists/thugs on Saturday in Gezina area of Pretoria, South Africa, hours after going to a club to relax with his friends.
It is reported that several Nigerians have lost their lives in South Africa following similar war caused by drug dealings, cultism and internet fraud otherwise known as ‘Yahoo Yahoo’.
A video footage trending online shows the moment after the attack (with inured people on the ground) as people gathered at the scene before arrival of the police.
Some South African internet users also confirmed the attack in their area.