Xenophobic Attack: Senior Special Assistant to the Presido yarn ontop the matter
The Senior Special Assistant to the Presido ontop Foreign Affairs and Diaspora Matter, Mrs Abike Dabiri-Erewa, don call dem South African Government to educate dem people ontop the contributions wey Nigeria don do for dem country.
The woman yarn am say Nigeria and South Africa get some
long diplomatic relationship, wey Nigeria play one kain strong role to end the apartheid era wey south africa fight for before.
Dabiri- Erewa dey try let South Africa know say when dem British come colonise dem, na Nigeria stand with them to end their suffering.
She talk am, on Sunday, for Abuja, say, dem fit end the xenophobic attack on top Nigerians dem with other immigrants.
She add to the matter say, federal government no just fit dey fold hand make dem dey kil inm people.
This yarn wey she yarn na ontop the matter wey South Africa’s
Home Affairs Minister, Malusi Gigaba, yarn say e no need for the Africa Union to intervene for the xenophobic attack wey South Africa people dey attack Nigerians.
Mr Gigaba, talk am say the attack na to take end criminal matter
wey dey the country.
Dabiri-Erewa talk am say the kind yarn wey Mr. Gigaba yarn dey very very bad and “unacceptable” as she come still yarn for the Africa Union to join body take solve the matter wey dey make South Africa people dey kill foreigners for their country.
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