How I Lost #20m Worth Of Goods To South Africa Government — South African Returnees

Nigerian in Diaspora Commission NiDCOM offered a scholarship to a returning child in the aftermath of xenophobic attacks against Nigerians and other foreign nationals in South Africa,
Chairman/CEO Abike Dabiri-Erewa assuranced them today when she had audience with a returnee widow, Mrs Yinka Iyoha whose husband was killed in the attack.

The widow’s plight attracted the notice from someone in Nigeria who donated a cheque of N1 million through Comission to support her withvher four children to begin a new start . While speaking she also added that all returnees will be trained on various skills and certified, mentored and funded by the Central Bank of Nigeria said Abike

She further stated that N1 million to N10 million naira will be released for the training, while narrating her ordeals she said As a businesswoman, “it was very tough for me as I lost over 20 million worth of goods due to the South African Customs seizing imported goods from Nigeria ,she said.

It will be recalled that an anonymous Nigerian and a cancer survivor donated her one month salary of N500,000 through NIDCOM in October to assist South Africa women and child returnees.

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