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South Africa – Xenophobia: A Cameroonian killed by South Africans!

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Written by Deckson N.

Fabrice Donfack was surprised by a band of young people who riddled him with bullets.

Fabrice Ndonfack was in front of his shop located in Cape Town, South Africa. On Wednesday, June 1, 2016, he was attacked by a band of gunmen with pistols. “As soon as they arrived, they coldly murdered their victim with bullets,” it said in La Nouvelle Expression of Wednesday, June 15, 2016.

The information was transmitted by one of his relatives. “Fabrice Ndonfack, business man in a neighborhood for blacks of Cape Town, was shot four times while he was in front of his shop.” After this act, Fabrice’s executioners then melted in nature without taking anything. “Neither his car parked nearby, much less his merchandise, have been washed away. Rushed to the hospital, Fabrice receive care that unfortunately was not enough to save his life.

On the other hand, doctors extracted his vital organs as soon as he arrived at the hospital and they saw that he would not survive. This, we are told, would be consistent with a practice in this country. The body parts of a dying person are extracted to be used to save other sick people.

An investigation was open to get hold of the executioners of Fabrice Ndonfack. The Cameroonian community in South Africa is preparing to repatriate the remains of their compatriot. If we believe some reports, the black South Africans are most cantankerous towards blacks from other countries. They accuse them of being the cause of the misery in which they are confined.

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