The Nationwide Affiliation of Nigerian College students on Thursday in Yola, Adamawa State, picketed South African companies, warning them to depart the nation in seven days.
The scholars’ organisation staged the protest in response to the killing of Nigerians in South Africa.
NANS threatened to close down South African enterprise pursuits in Nigeria by the top of the ultimatum if xenophobic assaults towards Nigerians proceed.
The scholars, holding placards with totally different inscriptions, blocked the entry approach right into a Stanbic IBTC Financial institution department in Yola for a number of hours.
One of many leaders of the protest, Danladi Jonah, mentioned, “We’re right here to close down the companies of MTN, DSTV, Stanbic IBTC Financial institution and Shoprite, that are South African pursuits.
“That is in keeping with the seven-day ultimatum by the President of NANS, who demanded an finish to the killing of Nigerians in South Africa.
“We’ve the capability to run our economic system, we do not want any overseas firm for Nigeria to thrive.
“We, the scholars of Nigeria, wouldn’t sit again to observe the killings proceed, as a result of our dad and mom contributed their sources to battle apartheid in South Africa.”