Following the renewed Xenophobic attacks launched on foreigners living in South Africa, Nigerians are taking to social media to register their grievances, anger and disappointment over the incessant attack which according to report, is still ongoing.
The President of Federal Republic, Mohammadu Buhari has condemned reports reaching Nigeria about the attack on Nigerians and will be visiting South Africa to discuss way out with the government of South Africa. While Nigerians wait for the Federal government to solve the Xenophobic attack, social media is enmeshed in avalanche of comments, positions and submissions..
This is the best message from a South African to the South Africans 😭😭😭#SayNoToXenophobia #SayNoToXenophobicAttacks— Bitcoin Keith (The African Bitcoin Bull) (@BitcoinKeith) September 3, 2019
#SAShutdown#Shoprite#DSTV #Mtnmustgo#Obasanjo #TSTV#Davido pic.twitter.com/ktbPju38Zr
Nigerian students gives South African companies in Nigeria Seven days ultimatum to leave Nigeria or destructions!! #SAShutdown #SouthAfrica #SayNoToXenophobia #XenophobicAttacks— Tall Black Boii (@_starbiola) September 3, 2019
See the smile on that SA policeman’s face 💔…The joy on their faces killing Nigerians…Ain’t these the same people out government rely on to protect our people in SA? Funny enough for thier so called president is in support of this 😩🤦🏾♀️ #SAShutdown #SayNoToXenophobia pic.twitter.com/wSQqcYvj5O— MIDE OSENI (@Ui_students) September 3, 2019
Since the Nigerian govt is yet to proffer solutions to #XenophobicAttack #Xenophobia, NIGERIANS IN SOUTH AFRICA ARE FED UP AND ARE FIGHTING BACK SERIOUSLY! 🤯 #SAShutdown #MtnMustGo— ASPIRIN💉® ❁. (@demilade2600) September 3, 2019
PLEASE two wrongs dont make a right 😔
It will only get blooooody pic.twitter.com/XETEhk7JHy
@iamSivN said it right!!!!! We need to stand together and #SAShutdown let’s not wait till our loved ones are brutally hurt, raped or murdered. Our Country is no longer safe for anyone. This makes me so sad 😞 pic.twitter.com/Bij9oRl1Uf— Nana Fatima Nambela (@nanambela) September 2, 2019