By Africa Today
Informed by activities of some Nigerians abroad, Nigeria’s Consul-General in Johannesburg, South Africa, Mr. Godwin Adams, has called for another autopsy to be carried out on the late Deputy Director-General of Chartered Insurance Institute of Nigeria, Mrs. Elizabeth Ndibuisi-Chukwu.
The Nigerian envoy also warned that the deceased should not be buried until the autopsy is conducted, adding that no fewer than 30 Nigerians are killed annually in South Africa.
The diplomat, who stated this in a chat with journalist, lamented that Nigerians sell hard drugs in South Africa, saying most of the deaths were fallouts of drug-related conflicts.
Adam stressed that over 60 per cent of Nigerians killed on a daily basis in South Africa are caused by Nigerians themselves while 15 per cent is as a result of Police brutality.
He added that another 15% is caused by disagreement between two parties over business deals.