The Nigeria Union in South Africa on Wednesday accused two communities in that country of ordering Nigerians to quit their territories.
President of the union, IKECHUKWU ANYENE, said the Kuruman community in Northern Cape Province gave Nigerians today to leave the place.
ANYENE also said the Klaafontein community, Extension 5, Johannesburg, has also directed landlords not to renew the rent of Nigerians in the area.
He said the grievance of the South Africans was that Nigerians were responsible for some social vices such as illicit drug trade and prostitution.
ANYENE said they have written to the Nigerian Mission and the South African police to intervene saying the Early Warning Unit set up by Nigerian and South African governments aimed at addressing the crisis in the past has not been effective.