Xenophobia hit another level as Nigerians in S.A fight back

xenophobia hit another level as nigerians in sa fight back

Sources have disclosed that Nigerians in South Africa are already hitting back at South Africans who have sought out to destroy fellow Africans.

According to reports sent from a source in South Africa, Nigerians are now fighting back to defend their lives and has also called for Nigerians to destroy every South African property and lives found in Nigeria, just as it’s been done in South Africa.

In his words, the man disclosed that most politicians and government agencies in South Africa are in support of what is happening in their country.

He went on to share that when Nigerians tried to defend themselves and opened fire on their oppressors, South African policemen arrived to overpower them but fortunately for them, they were able to overcome the police officers.

Following the reports too, it’s has been made known that not just are the South Africans killing non-citizens, but they are also destroying properties and businesses of foreigners.

The man swore that he’s already socked in blood and willing to kill anyone to defend himself as South Africans have sought to also lynching non-citizens.

Alex Ifeanyi is a man supposed to be around the age of 38years who has called for Nigerian youths to wake up, kill and destroy South African lives and properties.

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