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UPF-Nigeria Addresses Xenophobia

Nigeria-2015-04-24-UPF-Nigeria Responds to Xenophobia in South Africa

Abuja, Nigeria - UPF Nigeria Ambassadors for Peace convened a special session in Abuja on April 24 as a response to the xenophobic attacks in South Africa and called on all people to come to the realization that we are one human family under a common Creator and should live with others and for the sake of others transcending the differences of religions, regions, nationalities and other affiliations.

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