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Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by jrusky(m): 9:40am On Aug 12
Oh SA now show concern bah? May thunder strike them dead this early monday morning.

So you bastards think Nigerians are fools isn't

More is loading.......we will keep you at your foot in a way that will hit you badly bitchs.

I blame our govt for all the nonsense. I thought Jonathan was a slow leader till I saw Buhari who is so dumb and slow than a snail in making tough decision.

Let SA pray someone like me don't pick interest in politics if I manage to near seat of power I will bleed country like SA with no mercy and any country that shed *innocent* Nigerian blood will pay huge prize for doing so it's a promise. Enough is enough.

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Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by OdefaGirl(f): 9:40am On Aug 12
You see, they are quick to respond to threats but our own government will be like:- of course, they are drug pushers, criminals, lazy youths and that's why they get killed. Is it not because things are getting out of hand that our government started responding...

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Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by MyGeneration(m): 9:41am On Aug 12
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Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by OkoYibo: 9:42am On Aug 12
idonhammer:
Indomie generation...I don't blame you.

See this shameless one too.
This incident has seriously exposed the cowardice and selfishness of you Igbos. You don't know cos you don't think deep.

This nonsense didn't start today. During the war, Soyinka was imprisoned for supporting Biafra while Achebe was busy bleeping college girls in America claiming to be Biafran ambassador.

Banjo a Yoruba man led the Igbos on your only offensive during the war. Where were Igbos then? What did Banjo get in return?

Just last week, Igbos conniving with other elements took over Sowore's party and purportedly expelled him.

The worst enemy of an Igbo man is another Igbo man.

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Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by Mariangeles: 9:46am On Aug 12
OkoYibo:
It is funny that a few Yoruba boys are making the South Africans running helter skelter.

Igbos are being killed in South Africa but the same Igbos chicken-out of protests and were calling the NANS students names.

This backbiting and disunity displayed by Igbos in this matter is shameful, pathetic and shows the kind of politics played in Igboland that has made Igboland a laughingstock.

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Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by tyup(m): 9:49am On Aug 12
Lifestone:
If South Africa valued the relationship between them and Nigeria, much would have been done to reduce the killings and negative profiling of Nigerians in their country.
Two wrongs don't make a right.

The truth is the killings in South Africa alone is quite alarming and damning.....South Africa itself has lots of problems unread on the net

was in SA for some weeks arrived yesterday morning....it was only in SA uber drivers and taxify drivers don't meet they're sworn enemies (they burn each other alive) another thing I notice Is once a South African gets jealous or envy you the next thing is to kill you. more reason Nigerians are caught in the act sad

so much more can't mention on here..... if their government can't solve these problems how will they solve xenophobic issues
Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by tyup(m): 9:51am On Aug 12
DanDeeBoss:
Mtsewww undecidedundecided Both governments aren't serious

you at the aviation school?

I'm at Ikeja's own....where you at kiss
Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by jimmy5469(m): 9:51am On Aug 12
I pray everything will be OK...because the killing of Nigerians is much in SA
Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by zuto4u(m): 9:53am On Aug 12
Bleep u million times
GeneralPula:
They’ll definitely do something about it. Most of the killings are drugs & other crimes related. The dummies, cowards & drug carrier Flatinozz from the yeast are reacting less because they’re the X in this situation!

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Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by zhike: 9:54am On Aug 12
If you burn South Africa companies in Nigeria, who will suffer?. Nigerians who are employed by this companies will be out of work and join massive Nigerians in poverty. Reality is in Nigeria we need international investments from South Africa. Professional Nigerians in South Africa are not experiencing Xenophobia, the Nigerians that are experiencing Xenophobia are those useless ones who are roaming around the street of big cities in SA selling drugs and etc.

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Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by jeff1607(m): 9:54am On Aug 12
leofab:
Cyril do something

Amen friends
Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by Nobody: 9:57am On Aug 12
OdefaGirl:
You see, they are quick to respond to threats but our own government will be like:- of course, they are drug pushers, criminals, lazy youths and that's why they get killed. Is it not because things are getting out of hand that our government started responding...
Well welcome to Nigeria OdefaGirl, where the government is something else.

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Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by Fourwinds: 10:07am On Aug 12
Jaynom:
Smh she thinks we are all fools “We find these statements most unfortunate as they do not reflect the strong relations that exist between the people and Government of South Africa and Nigeria." This statement says nothing! You didn't assure us that the LIVES & PROPERTIES OF NIGERIANS IN SOUTH AFRICA are safe instead you dey blow English. What's her Twitter handle make I bash am! undecided
i went through the whole front page i noticed you were the only one who actually comprehend the message of the SA high commission.... The South Africa representative is selfish and inhuman... He only seek protection of South Africans citizens and property here in Nigeria and shied away from preferring solution to the incessant killing of Nigerians in South Africa ...

And the very useless Nigerian Government won't to take on a mutual bilateral relation....which is "Rob my back i rob your back "

kudos to NANS and shame to Federal Government

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Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by ngadaAwo: 10:11am On Aug 12
GeneralPula:
They’ll definitely do something about it. Most of the killings are drugs & other crimes related. The dummies, cowards & drug carrier Flatinozz from the yeast are reacting less because they’re the X in this situation!
shun tribalism
mynd44 lalasticlala Dominique oam4j

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Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by Fourwinds: 10:12am On Aug 12
zhike:
If you burn South Africa companies in Nigeria, who will suffer?. Nigerians who are employed by this companies will be out of work and join massive Nigerians in poverty. Reality is in Nigeria we need international investments from South Africa. Professional Nigerians in South Africa are not experiencing Xenophobia, the Nigerians that are experiencing Xenophobia are those useless ones who are roaming around the street of big cities in SA selling drugs and etc.
stop giving this nonsense accuses ...must our people be killed because we don't want to lose job... That is a very useless way of reasoning

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Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by goshen26: 10:24am On Aug 12
Abi this man de craze ni?

What have you guys done about the killings?
Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by dangervu(m): 10:27am On Aug 12
Lifestone:
If South Africa valued the relationship between them and Nigeria, much would have been done to reduce the killings and negative profiling of Nigerians in their country.
Two wrongs don't make a right.

Bro ! have you been to south Africa ? if you have you will know the damages our igbo brother has done and still doing
Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by ngadaAwo: 10:27am On Aug 12
OkoYibo:


See this shameless one too.
This incident has seriously exposed the cowardice and selfishness of you Igbos. You don't know cos you don't think deep.

This nonsense didn't start today. During the war, Soyinka was imprisoned for supporting Biafra while Achebe was busy bleeping college girls in America claiming to be Biafran ambassador.

Banjo a Yoruba man led the Igbos on your only offensive during the war. Where were Igbos then? What did Banjo get in return?

Just last week, Igbos conniving with other elements took over Sowore's party and purportedly expelled him.

The worst enemy of an Igbo man is another Igbo man.
mynd44 lalasticlala seun obinoscopy Dominique
rule 2
Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by mignone(f): 10:31am On Aug 12
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Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by opribo(m): 10:39am On Aug 12
Do me I Do you ....

That's the best solution to this so when they come up with S.A. values the relations between S.A. and Nigeria we too we can respond by saying we too we value our relationship with you...

But this one the maiming and killing is one sided I thinks I stand with NANS. For any Nigerian killed without justice, three or more S.A. must go in retarliation for every Nigerian shop or business razed down two infrastructure must go. Aluta continua.

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Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by Ayisatojo: 10:40am On Aug 12
Are they mad? So it it is right and proper to kill Nigerians in South African but wrong to chase them and their stupid businesses out of Nigeria. No one is talking about killing them yet. The most useless government of South Africa that could not protect the lives and properties of our brothers and sisters in South Africa is reacting to a warning as unfortunate. How many Nigerians have been killed in South Africa in the last one year and how many South Africans have been killed in Nigeria? Let’s make it a tit for tat, shikena!


leofab:
Cyril do something

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Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by Lifestone(m): 10:50am On Aug 12
dangervu:


Bro ! have you been to south Africa ? if you have you will know the damages our igbo brother has done and still doing
My point is that individuals committing crimes should be brought to books through the rule of law and not by jungle justice.
Don't single a tribe out, crime is universal.

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Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by dannielight(m): 10:51am On Aug 12
Just imagine his insolence, he stylishly dodged the Xenophobic acts that led to the situation in Nigeria. So disrespectful of him to this country. Please, what exactly has Nigeria been reduced to?

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Re: Xenophobia: South African Government Shows Concern Over Threats By NANS by Mrlazarus: 10:53am On Aug 12
With all due respect,South African government is wicked,selfish and unreasonably stupid.
Where was this "relationship" with the Nigerian government when their lazy bush people were killing hardworking Nigerians in South Africa,destroying their businesses.
So now that they are about to get payed back in their own coin,they start singing on top of their voice.
And is it true that Nigerian government has assured them of their safety in Nigeria? I don't believe our government would be so clueless to sell us out like that.I can't even recall Nigerian government making an impressive move over the killings of Nigerians in South Africa.

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