Comedian speaks on xenophobic attacks

Several famous personalities have commented on the killings of Africans in South Africa, condemning the evil act.

 

Using his Twitter account, the famous comedian said the Nigeria government should kick out South African owned businesses in Nigerians, if the South African government cannot protect the lives of Nigerians.

"SERIOUSLY, OUR GOVT SHLD GIVE THE S/AFRICAN GOVT 48HRS & IF THE GOVT MAKES NO AMENDS, LET US ASK, MTN, DSTV, BANKS, SHOPRITE TO CLOSE SHOP" tweeted the comedian.

He further said "THE WAY SOME PPLE RATIONALIZE THINGS AMAZE ME. BECOS SOME NIGERIANS WORK IN SOUTH AFRICAN OWNED COMPANIES IN NIGERIA, WE CANT SHUT THEM?"

"THE NIGERIAN RESTAURANT THAT WAS RAIDED, STAFF BEATEN, FOOD EATEN AND SHUT DOWN, DIDN'T HAVE SOUTH AFRICANS WORKING THERE ABI? SOME PPLE SHA" wrote the comedian.

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