My Perspective Of The So Called Xenophobic Conundrum In South Africa-Chinedum Agwaramgbo

An opinion by a reporter of Newsport Nigeria reveals another side of the characteristics of Nigerians who are in South Africa.  This opinion is drawn from the recent xenophobic attacks on Nigerians by South Africans.  While condemning the violence meted on Nigerians living in South Africa, he reveals that Nigerians living in South Africa have been involved in activities that led to the systematic destruction of the moral, social, cultural and economic fibre of South Africa.  Citing the fact that it was Nigerians that migrated to South Africa who;-

  • Turned South Africa into one of the major drugs capital in the world;
  • Turned South Africa into a drug war zone;

Mr Chinedum Agwaramgbo reports on his personal witnessing the receipt of seven (7) corpses in three (3) weeks at the Akanu Ibiam International Airport in Enugu. These were corpses of Igbos who were killed in drug battles here in South Africa. The drug cartels began with the Yorubas and increasingly overtaken by the IGBOS in S.A.

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