Zimbabwean Student Brutally Murdered In Algeria In Xenophobic Attack
In a horrible tragedy, a Zimbabwean who was studying in Algeria died after he was stabbed to death by some locals in a suspected xenophobic attack on Tuesday evening.
The deceased student has been identified as 22-year old Prosper Ndudzo, who was studying for an Electro-mechanics degree on a scholarship at the Badji Mokhtar University (also known as the University of Annaba) on the north-eastern coast of Algeria.
Prosper was brutally murdered by locals, leading to protests by fellow students especially those from sub-Saharan countries who fear for their safety.
In the video below, the deceased’s friend recounts the horrible ordeal that he was an eyewitness to.
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