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Burning, Looting Of Nigerian Shops In South Africa: FG Takes Definitive Measures by Mophasa(m): 2:10pm On Sep 02, 2019
As Nigerians and other African nationals living in south Africa has suddenly become endangered species as incessant cases of xenophobic attacks keeps increasing daily, the Nigerian government issued a stern warning from its south African counterpart to either end the killings and attacks or get ready for the consequences.

According to the ministry of foreign affairs, the Nigerian government will no longer fold its arm and watch its citizens tortured and killed everyday in a neighbouring African country.

Dr. Oyema in tweet sighted by viewsmedia said"
"Received sickening and depressing news of continued burning and looting of Nigerian shops and premises in #SouthAfrica by mindless criminals with ineffective police protection. Enough is enough. We will take definitive measures. @NigeriaGov @DigiCommsNG @GovernmentZA @DIRCO_ZA"



https://www.viewsnaija.com/2019/09/xenophobia-nigerian-government-set-for.html?m=1

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Re: Burning, Looting Of Nigerian Shops In South Africa: FG Takes Definitive Measures by Mophasa(m): 2:10pm On Sep 02, 2019
sad
Troops should be immediately sent to Johannesburg and Pretoria ASAP cry

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Re: Burning, Looting Of Nigerian Shops In South Africa: FG Takes Definitive Measures by Hypnotism: 2:15pm On Sep 02, 2019
Someone should tell that Igbo lunatic that South Africans have moves from burning shops to burning Nigerian. If Buhari is not such a lunatic like PDP as been reiterating I wonder why he choose to continue having this puccie as foreign affair minister.

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Re: Burning, Looting Of Nigerian Shops In South Africa: FG Takes Definitive Measures by harley88(m): 2:19pm On Sep 02, 2019
Hypnotism:
Someone should tell that Igbo lunatic that South Africans have moves from burning shops to burning Nigerian. If Buhari is not such a lunatic like PDP as been reiterating I wonder why he choose to continue having this puccie as foreign affair minister.


If only you cud pass your message with less curse words.
Notwithstanding, The FG is being too gentle on the matter.
I'm surprised that SA businesses are even still open right now in Nigeria.

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Re: Burning, Looting Of Nigerian Shops In South Africa: FG Takes Definitive Measures by Skyfornia(m): 2:20pm On Sep 02, 2019
Na today!?

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Re: Burning, Looting Of Nigerian Shops In South Africa: FG Takes Definitive Measures by Saao(m): 2:32pm On Sep 02, 2019
Lol, did the government value our lives here in Nigeria? Charity begins at home. SA will maim, loot shops nothing will happen cuz they knew our government careless for us.

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Re: Burning, Looting Of Nigerian Shops In South Africa: FG Takes Definitive Measures by psucc(m): 2:34pm On Sep 02, 2019
Mophasa:
sad
Troops should be immediately sent to Johannesburg and Pretoria ASAP cry
eh! What have you just typed?

Guy troops don finish for Borno.

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Re: Burning, Looting Of Nigerian Shops In South Africa: FG Takes Definitive Measures by demolinka(m): 2:40pm On Sep 02, 2019
If we use ogbomoso jazz for Dem na, e go be like say we dey vex

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Re: Burning, Looting Of Nigerian Shops In South Africa: FG Takes Definitive Measures by topsamjo(m): 3:42pm On Sep 02, 2019
The government needs to swing into action... enough is enough!!

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Re: Burning, Looting Of Nigerian Shops In South Africa: FG Takes Definitive Measures by Ladiesdoctor(m): 3:46pm On Sep 02, 2019
Dear South Africans,
God is our witness when the whole Africa nation stood by you, condemned every single brutality meted on you during the apartheid days.
During our school days, it was boldly written on top of our blackboards 'APARTHEID IS A CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY' all in solidarity for our acclaimed brothers (south Africans). This fight was so severe that the whole African nations participated in it. Nigeria, Ghana, Zambia, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, etc were all against the apartheid govt that was meted on you. South Africans were being killed on daily basis during the apartheid! The whole Africa clamored for the released of Nelson Mandela and the immediate independence for you people.
When the independence came and the released of Nelson Mandela, the joy and happiness in the African continent cannot be quantified, there was jubilation in the whole of Africa that FW de Klerk is leaving for a new South African country.

But, how could we know that the South Africans are blood thirsty carnivorous beings that could kill and destroy those that stood firmly for them when it was too rough for them to handle.
If these African countries that stood for the cannibals knew that it will became this way at last, no doubt they would have still be in their captivity and their cherished Mandela could have rot in prison.
Don't worry south Africans, very soon you will get the jobs that you are desiring for.
Very soon your MTN, DSTV, SHOPRITE etc will relocate from every country that it is operating.
No doubt, the killings been perpetrated over there will not go unnoticed.
The response will reflect soon from the African nations being affected.

Kenyans, Zambians, Nigerians, Ugandans, Ghanaians, Tanzanians, Ivory coast etc is very angry with you.

Africans will respond very very soon.

Enough of this madness.

Because of the xenophobia attacks, many families a are in shambles, children became fatherless, women became widows, families loose their bread winners.

Let's be our brother keeper, let's keep the brotherly love that Africa has been known of. Pls and pls.

Enough of the attack

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Re: Burning, Looting Of Nigerian Shops In South Africa: FG Takes Definitive Measures by simplyglow: 3:52pm On Sep 02, 2019
Who are they deceiving, this has been going on for long without any intervention, why now? After a lot of innocent lives and properties have been destroyed













Meanwhile
I have nice BACK TO SCHOOL items on sale

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Re: Burning, Looting Of Nigerian Shops In South Africa: FG Takes Definitive Measures by soberdrunk(m): 3:53pm On Sep 02, 2019
STORY STORY!!! When did Nigeria become this weak that ordinary South Africa will be using us to do small chops...... angry

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Re: Burning, Looting Of Nigerian Shops In South Africa: FG Takes Definitive Measures by Dottore: 3:53pm On Sep 02, 2019
The easiest way to stop Xenophobic attacks in South Africa is for our Government to to shut their eyes and allow just a portion of the many jobless touts under Oshodj bridge to drill some south African firms in Lagos for 2 hours.
I tell you the South Africans will see that they are learners.
Nonsense.

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Re: Burning, Looting Of Nigerian Shops In South Africa: FG Takes Definitive Measures by careytommy37(m): 3:53pm On Sep 02, 2019
cheesy

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Re: Burning, Looting Of Nigerian Shops In South Africa: FG Takes Definitive Measures by ednut1(m): 3:53pm On Sep 02, 2019
Lizard dey threaten croc. Muhahahahaaha

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Re: Burning, Looting Of Nigerian Shops In South Africa: FG Takes Definitive Measures by Officialgarri: 3:53pm On Sep 02, 2019
Story... This one is just tweeting his own mind.

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Re: Burning, Looting Of Nigerian Shops In South Africa: FG Takes Definitive Measures by lekkan(m): 3:53pm On Sep 02, 2019
Msshew
Toothless dogs!!!

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Re: Burning, Looting Of Nigerian Shops In South Africa: FG Takes Definitive Measures by Sirmuel1(m): 3:53pm On Sep 02, 2019
Which yeye showdown? cheesy
Nigerians in SA should find a better place to move to. They should not think of coming back to Nigeria, here is not safe either.

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Re: Burning, Looting Of Nigerian Shops In South Africa: FG Takes Definitive Measures by Timoleon(m): 3:53pm On Sep 02, 2019
undecided which showdown? We fit invade South Africa?

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Re: Burning, Looting Of Nigerian Shops In South Africa: FG Takes Definitive Measures by Nobody: 3:53pm On Sep 02, 2019
Africans will have mouth to be talking about racism

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Re: Burning, Looting Of Nigerian Shops In South Africa: FG Takes Definitive Measures by MobilityExpress: 3:53pm On Sep 02, 2019
Ndo! Na now una day don break bah? 200 years after dem don kill Nigerians finish for der. Very anyhow conconbility something! Mtshewwwww. May God give us great leaders like Donald Trump who puts the interests and welfare of his citizens first and number 1 priority, and save us from zombie leaders wey don dey rule Nigeria since independence.

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Re: Burning, Looting Of Nigerian Shops In South Africa: FG Takes Definitive Measures by GeneralPula: 3:54pm On Sep 02, 2019
They should focus on how to cop those drug dealings. It is one crime catalyst!

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Re: Burning, Looting Of Nigerian Shops In South Africa: FG Takes Definitive Measures by Zikomakanaki(m): 3:54pm On Sep 02, 2019
So So Mouth...Smh

undecided

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Re: Burning, Looting Of Nigerian Shops In South Africa: FG Takes Definitive Measures by ken6488(m): 3:55pm On Sep 02, 2019
Mophasa:
sad
Troops should be immediately sent to Johannesburg and Pretoria ASAP cry


Lol sa is a member of NATO

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Re: Burning, Looting Of Nigerian Shops In South Africa: FG Takes Definitive Measures by InvertedHammer: 3:55pm On Sep 02, 2019
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All talks; no action.

Believe Nigerian politicians/leaders at your peril.

/

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Re: Burning, Looting Of Nigerian Shops In South Africa: FG Takes Definitive Measures by IYANGBALI: 3:55pm On Sep 02, 2019
As far as i am concerned, he has said nothing. This not the time to talk, this is the time to act. God bless Abacha wherever he is now. I miss the guy die.

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Re: Burning, Looting Of Nigerian Shops In South Africa: FG Takes Definitive Measures by Timoleon(m): 3:55pm On Sep 02, 2019
undecidedwehdone All Agrieved African Nations spokes person

Ladiesdoctor:
Dear South Africans,
God is our witness when the whole Africa nation stood by you, condemned every single brutality meted on you during the apartheid days.
During our school days, it was boldly written on top of our blackboards 'APARTHEID IS A CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY' all in solidarity for our acclaimed brothers (south Africans). This fight was so severe that the whole African nations participated in it. Nigeria, Ghana, Zambia, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, etc were all against the apartheid govt that was meted on you. South Africans were being killed on daily basis during the apartheid! The whole Africa clamored for the released of Nelson Mandela and the immediate independence for you people.
When the independence came and the released of Nelson Mandela, the joy and happiness in the African continent cannot be quantified, there was jubilation in the whole of Africa that FW de Klerk is leaving for a new South African country.

But, how could we know that the South Africans are blood thirsty carnivorous beings that could kill and destroy those that stood firmly for them when it was too rough for them to handle.
If these African countries that stood for the cannibals knew that it will became this way at last, no doubt they would have still be in their captivity and their cherished Mandela could have rot in prison.
Don't worry south Africans, very soon you will get the jobs that you are desiring for.
Very soon your MTN, DSTV, SHOPRITE etc will relocate from every country that it is operating. And you will not only get it well packaged but it will be roughly package for you.
No doubt, the killings been perpetrated over there will not go unnoticed.
The response will reflect soon from the African nations being affected.

Kenyans, Zambians, Nigerians, Ugandans, Ghanaians, Tanzanians, Ivory coast etc is very angry with you.

Africans will respond very very soon.

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Re: Burning, Looting Of Nigerian Shops In South Africa: FG Takes Definitive Measures by IYANGBALI: 3:55pm On Sep 02, 2019
InvertedHammer:
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All talks; no action.

Believe Nigerian politicians/leaders at your peril.

/
don't mind the modafoka

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Re: Burning, Looting Of Nigerian Shops In South Africa: FG Takes Definitive Measures by ken6488(m): 3:55pm On Sep 02, 2019
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grin just give permission to loot shop rite

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Re: Burning, Looting Of Nigerian Shops In South Africa: FG Takes Definitive Measures by guttentag(m): 3:55pm On Sep 02, 2019
Government of Maybe or May soon
Very Unrealistic set of government

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Re: Burning, Looting Of Nigerian Shops In South Africa: FG Takes Definitive Measures by ednut1(m): 3:56pm On Sep 02, 2019
Ladiesdoctor:
Dear South

Africans will respond very very soon.
you cannot go to another mans country and sell drugs, love-vendor women , steal their women grin and do all sorts of crime and not expect retaliations. The nigerians there should leave. Nigerians were deported from ghana in 1967( both my parents were victims) we also deported ghanaians later. World no end. We have togo boys doing bricklayers and nigeriens riding bike in peace and no one send them.

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