AU summit delegate robbed in Johannesburg

2015-06-11 09:10


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Johannesburg – A Nigerian delegate at the 25th African Union summit was robbed by men posing as Nigerian police officers in Johannesburg, Gauteng police said on Thursday.

Gabriel Gundo, 55, was stopped on Marlboro Drive while coming from OR Tambo International Airport on Wednesday night, Colonel Lungelo Dlamini said.

The robbers, driving a Hyundai, produced Nigerian police identification and took $500 and R700 from him.

The 25th AU summit is being held at the Sandton Convention Centre until June 15.

On May 22, several delegates attending the Pan African Parliament were robbed at gunpoint in their shuttle bus at the entrance to the Protea Hotel Midrand. 

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