#Xenophobia: South African President Set to send Special Envoy To African President:

President Cyril of South Africa is set to send envoys to African leaders including President Buhari in light of xenophobic attacks.

The envoys will deliver a solidarity message to heads of state across Africa because of the tensions and violence in his country.

The envoys are also tasked with “reassuring fellow African countries that his county is committed to the
ideals of African solidarity.

Xenophobic attacks started weeks ago in South Africa when taxi driver was murdered by an alleged drug dealer in Pretoria .

Three People have been confirmed dead while 44are missing in India Boat Accident:

After a tourist boat capsized in a southern Indian river on Sunday, three people have died and fourty-four confirmed missing.

A senior police official said that Rescue teams including divers and choppers are now scouring the river.

Police superintendent Adnan Nayeem Asmi told AFP that three bodies have been seen and 16 rescued alive so far.

Poor safety checks and Overcrowding always cause boat accidents in India more especially, during their yearly monsoon rains when rivers
are swollen.

Bandits Release 30 Kidnaped Victims including 12 Children in Katsina:

Bandits have released Thirty kidnap victims including 12 children and 18 women from their camp in Katsina State.

On Saturday evening, Governor Aminu Bello Masari received the victims from leaders of bandits.

The kidnapped victims were said to be from Jibia and Kankara Local Government Areas of Katsina.

Governor Aminu Masari
assured that his government will persuade the bandits to release more of their victims until everyone is freed.

NDIDI has been Positive Despite Leicester Defeat to Manchester United:

Wilfred Ndidi remains positive despite Leicester City’s first defeat of the season against Manchester United on Saturday, at Old Trafford.

Leicester came to Old Trafford unbeaten and sitting third in the league table but Rashford penalty gave them a defeat.

Despite their defeat, the Nigerian international has urged his teammates to look towards getting a better
results in their next games.

He said on his instagram page that, the will keep going on as a team because better days are still ahead.

Source:Punch and Vanguard Newspapers

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