WATCH: Zimbabwean Student Stabbed To Death In Algeria In Xenophobic Attack

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A Zimbabwean student in Algeria is said to have been murdered by Algerians on Tuesday evening in an apparent xenophobic attack.

The 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.

Ndudzo was killed in a knife attack, prompting fellow students to protest against the gruesome murder.

Students from sub-Saharan Africa now fear for their safety.

Below is a video in which the late student’s friend who was an eyewitness of the murder recounts what happened.

Un témoignage très touchant

Posted by Cheick Kounandi Bamba on Thursday, 7 February 2019

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9 comments

  1. Grant Reply

    I’m disgusted in the way that he was not helped by the racists in algeria a waisted life he should not have died very sad x

  2. amine Reply

    I am an Algerian citizen and I am very sad at this tragic news and ashamed that this student was murdered by thugs. Sadly, incidents like these are becoming a daily occurence in Algeria – we offer our sincere condolences to his family, friends and also to the people of Zimbabwe. As for racists – well, thugs do not select their prey on colour, etc….they are thugs and their motives are usually money / gain. We condemn these people whatever their motives were. A sad day for us and our prayers to his family.

  3. Derek Stocker Reply

    RIP young man. Zimbabwe and your family are suffering. Sleep in Peace Prosper.

  4. Anonymous Reply

    Prosper was killed by a thug who was attempting to steal his mobile phone. Nothing to do with xenophobia. His friend who witnessed the seen says it very clearly.

  5. Yazid Reply

    I present you my sincere condoleances. I am young Algerian and I am very sad and very angry at the same time.
    Abusers, for a phone, do not distinguish between white, Arabic or black.

  6. Sauro sauro Reply

    why then is this articles title written ” xenophobic attack ” when all evidence is showing us of a mugging ?
    please reporters get your facts right before reporting en mass , RIP prosper – this is sad .

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