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Re: Xenophobia: Nigerians Board A Bus To South African Airport, Set To Return Home by Dozie32: 4:08pm On Sep 11
Welcome back home, my good people of biafra.
Re: Xenophobia: Nigerians Board A Bus To South African Airport, Set To Return Home by Chuks9000: 4:08pm On Sep 11
For here na danfo for they arrange them.
Re: Xenophobia: Nigerians Board A Bus To South African Airport, Set To Return Home by drezzyx(m): 4:08pm On Sep 11
Finally, Nigerian must go.

Re: Xenophobia: Nigerians Board A Bus To South African Airport, Set To Return Home by KLEINBASS: 4:09pm On Sep 11
nairavsdollars:
If all Nigerians can leave, South Africa will be worst than Zimbabwe

Nigerians contribute only drugs into our economy, since we are cleaning you guys the Rand is even improving. We where supposed to get downgraded to junk status but we did not. The market that is actually contributing to our economy is welcoming the cleaning that is happening.

https://www.nairaland.com/5407744/xenophobia-rands-strong-run-expected#82074193

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Re: Xenophobia: Nigerians Board A Bus To South African Airport, Set To Return Home by silverkings(m): 4:10pm On Sep 11
Nigerians that have grown their businesses will find it very difficult to leave South Africa. So i think the ones leaving have little or no source of livelihood. This is a golden opportunity to come home be that

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Re: Xenophobia: Nigerians Board A Bus To South African Airport, Set To Return Home by Efenaira(m): 4:11pm On Sep 11
DaddyGngeess:
After sometime they will go back again, so that one no be wahala
now so them tell you??��
Re: Xenophobia: Nigerians Board A Bus To South African Airport, Set To Return Home by Baroba(m): 4:11pm On Sep 11
Obialu Ije nwe una....It is well my brothers and sisters..

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Re: Xenophobia: Nigerians Board A Bus To South African Airport, Set To Return Home by jkendy(m): 4:12pm On Sep 11
nairavsdollars:
If all Nigerians can leave, South Africa will be worst than Zimbabwe
Unfortunately many would prefer to rather die over there than returning back to this darkness where they can even be kidnapped and asked to cough out millions they don't have, just simply bcoz they 'returned from the South'.
Re: Xenophobia: Nigerians Board A Bus To South African Airport, Set To Return Home by Siralgebra04(m): 4:12pm On Sep 11
adedayourt:
Now the bigger question. . .

When they arrive Nigeria, what will they engaged themselves with as a source of livelihood?
Ur question lacks substance. What do u engage urself with as a source of livelihood?
Nigerians will survive anywhere. The factor dat makes u survive here will also make dem survive.

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Re: Xenophobia: Nigerians Board A Bus To South African Airport, Set To Return Home by wink2015: 4:12pm On Sep 11
MAJORITY OF THIS RETURNEES ARE IGBOs.

Hardly you find Hausa, Yoruba, South South People ( Niger deltan ) in South Africa.

The returnees should come home and help develop the local economy back home in Nigeria.

Those returnees that has BAD BEHAVIOUR should change for the better.

Do not return home to engage in drug trafficking that the south africans were accusing you of.

CHANGE O!

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Re: Xenophobia: Nigerians Board A Bus To South African Airport, Set To Return Home by GGirll: 4:12pm On Sep 11
A living dog is better than a dead lion....there's no place like home ok....no condition is permanent...welcome home alive than in body bags....as for S.A. remember Egypt vs Israel...you know d story today..

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Re: Xenophobia: Nigerians Board A Bus To South African Airport, Set To Return Home by Lenadiva(f): 4:13pm On Sep 11
adedayourt:
Now the bigger question. . .

When they arrive Nigeria, what will they engaged themselves with as a source of livelihood?
Are you the one feeding thousands of Nigerians who returned from LIBYA?.

0s

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Re: Xenophobia: Nigerians Board A Bus To South African Airport, Set To Return Home by drezzyx(m): 4:14pm On Sep 11
KLEINBASS:


Nigerians contribute only drugs into our economy, since we are cleaning you guys the Rand is even improving. We where supposed to get downgraded to junk status but we did not. The market that is actually contributing to our economy is welcoming the cleaning that is happening.

https://www.nairaland.com/5407744/xenophobia-rands-strong-run-expected#82074193
I don't believe in this shit u just said, can u prove to me that all Nigerian over there sells drug.

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Re: Xenophobia: Nigerians Board A Bus To South African Airport, Set To Return Home by Efenaira(m): 4:16pm On Sep 11
silverkings:
Nigerians that have grown their businesses will find it very difficult to leave South Africa. So i think the ones leaving have little or no source of livelihood. This is a golden opportunity to come home be that
Shut up your mouth, stop talking like a teenage. They are talking about lives you’re talking about business and source of income. Now who get head they wear cap . Abi them tell you say the people when die they jobless?

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Re: Xenophobia: Nigerians Board A Bus To South African Airport, Set To Return Home by owila4luv(m): 4:16pm On Sep 11
u can now own it all to ya sefs lazy foolz angry
KLEINBASS:
Look how peaceful and clean Joburg station look. This place used to be one of the dirtiest..

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Re: Xenophobia: Nigerians Board A Bus To South African Airport, Set To Return Home by KLEINBASS: 4:17pm On Sep 11
drezzyx:
I don't believe in this shit u just said, can u prove to me that all Nigerian over there sells drug.

We do have professionals and their very much safe, their a fraction compared to the damage the other have done to the image of Nigeria.
Re: Xenophobia: Nigerians Board A Bus To South African Airport, Set To Return Home by jkendy(m): 4:17pm On Sep 11
KLEINBASS:


Nigerians contribute only drugs into our economy, since we are cleaning you guys the Rand is even improving. We where supposed to get downgraded to junk status but we did not. The market that is actually contributing to our economy is welcoming the cleaning that is happening.

https://www.nairaland.com/5407744/xenophobia-rands-strong-run-expected#82074193
Ekwensu kpowo oku eba...... I wish I could stand one-on-one, face to face, eyeball to eyeball, man to man with you so I can force you to repeat this same trash if truly you're a proud son of your lazy father from South Africa.

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Re: Xenophobia: Nigerians Board A Bus To South African Airport, Set To Return Home by Kiloseria: 4:18pm On Sep 11
He who fight and run away will fight another day. Surely, Nigeria will be great again. And south Africa will go back to slavery, then these little children will remind them of this great event.tooth for tat.

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Re: Xenophobia: Nigerians Board A Bus To South African Airport, Set To Return Home by Aurielfinizu: 4:19pm On Sep 11
They send those SA here in Nigeria back to their mumu country... Buhari na devil shaa
Re: Xenophobia: Nigerians Board A Bus To South African Airport, Set To Return Home by siddysax(m): 4:20pm On Sep 11
This is pathetic. African against Africans.
Re: Xenophobia: Nigerians Board A Bus To South African Airport, Set To Return Home by patorial(m): 4:21pm On Sep 11
Jesus did I just see Ghana must go in the pictures? grin
Re: Xenophobia: Nigerians Board A Bus To South African Airport, Set To Return Home by GavelSlam: 4:21pm On Sep 11
adedayourt:
Now the bigger question. . .

When they arrive Nigeria, what will they engaged themselves with as a source of livelihood?

I think they all had a trade they were involved in whilst in SA.

Don't tell me they only engaged in illicit activity.
Re: Xenophobia: Nigerians Board A Bus To South African Airport, Set To Return Home by paulbass: 4:22pm On Sep 11
TOTO4CASH:
Going back to Egypt
hmmmmm.i agree with u sir. but u get mouth o
Re: Xenophobia: Nigerians Board A Bus To South African Airport, Set To Return Home by GavelSlam: 4:23pm On Sep 11
Aurielfinizu:
They send those SA here in Nigeria back to their mumu country... Buhari na devil shaa

How many South Africans reside in Nigeria?

A Nigerian can live for 70 years and not come across one.

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Re: Xenophobia: Nigerians Board A Bus To South African Airport, Set To Return Home by ozodigboo(m): 4:24pm On Sep 11
Giant of Africa.
See what Bihari has reduced us to

Even when the one they called clueless was president, this disgrace never happened
Re: Xenophobia: Nigerians Board A Bus To South African Airport, Set To Return Home by whitebrown(f): 4:24pm On Sep 11
wink2015:
MAJORITY OF THIS RETURNEES ARE IGBOs.

Hardly you find Hausa, Yoruba, South South People ( Niger deltan ) in South Africa.

The returnees should come home and help develop the local economy back home in Nigeria.

Those returnees that has BAD BEHAVIOUR should change for the better.

Do not return home to engage in drug trafficking that the south africans were accusing you of.

CHANGE O!


“THE KILLINGS IN SOUTH AFRICA
THE NIGERIAN COMPLICITY
THE TRUE STORIES

I tried to keep my peace over this attack on Nigerians by South Africans but the increased calls by Nigerians over here for boycott of this and that and for our ambassador/Nigerian government to act this and act that has spurred me to pen this down here!

I condemn in its totality, the violence meted on Nigerians living in South Africa! I abhor the violent taking of life even one done legally....... BUT IT MUST BE STATED THAT NIGERIANS LIVING IN S.A. HAVE SYSTEMATICALLY DESTROYED THE VERY FABRIC OF THAT COUNTRY..... MORALLY, CULTURALLY, ECONOMICALLY AND SOCIALLY!

Let us take stock:

1. It was Nigerians that immigrated to South Africa and turned it to one of the major capital city of drugs in the world!

The drug cartels began with the Yorubas and increasingly overtaken by the IGBOS in S.A.! In fact, right this moment, the IGBOS in the drug business have effectively run the Yorubas out of S.A. to other southern African countries like Mozambique etc.

2. The Nigerians in S.A. have presently turned the country into a drug-war zone!....killings galore.....Igbos killing Igbos!

Do you know that every day in S.A., a Nigerian.....precisely an Igbo man is killed in a drug-related case?? .....I said every day not once a week!....or once in 3 days!..... EVERYDAY! In fact the Igbo boys running the shows in S. A. have dominated areas they control and all these to the chagrin of the law enforcement agencies!

Let me tell you a secret that is not so secret.....do you know that every week at the Akanu Ibiam International Airport here in Enugu, corpses of IGBOS.....slain in "drug battles" in different streets of S.A. are flown into the country??

I have personally witnessed the receiving of 7 corpses in 3 weeks in one instance! In fact at one of those occasions.....(normally the corpses arrive on the Thursday cargo flights of Ethiopian Airlines)....I was present when 3 different families were in the manager's office to receive their slain sons......two of those families were represented by the aged biological fathers to the dead boys!....the third family, represented by a younger man in age...an uncle to the third corpse!

They were making small talks between themselves as they waited for the cargo (the coffins) to be disembarked.....(to be "off-loaded"wink!

One of them asked the other elder which city his son was in? He answered Jo'burg!....on further enquiry as to whether his own son was married, he retorted... No!....to which the first man commented that his own son has a son from a white South African.....and that the lady simply packaged some of the personal documents/items of his son and informed him of the date of the arrival of the son's corpse to Enugu but that she has blatantly refused all entreaties to accompany the corpse home!.....That they are certain that that son of his son (his grandson) would never return home to Nigeria!

The other silent man (the uncle to one of the dead) remarked that "his own family were indeed lucky in that their slain son had been coerced to come home and marry a Nigerian girl and has 2 kids (girls) already". Then told of his own story of seeking greener pastures in S. A. and how he couldn't fit into the street hustling..... According to him.......basically all IGBOS in S.A. are on the streets......from Hillbrow... Jo'burg to Capetown!....from Pretoria....to Durban!

He said he never bargained for such a life and quickly left his host....a maternal cousin and took his return ticket back home! That he has since engaged in his petty trading and is doing well enough and has 4 kids!

As this conversation was going on, I was quietly musing to myself:

How on earth could these gentlemen.....soft-spoken elderly men take all these agony......for surely it must be agony for them to be the ones burying their scions!....how could they sit in those swivel chairs in front of the manager and stoically be discussing the end of their eras??......do they have other sons and daughters probably??.... Maybe they did their best to counsel and chide their sons to desist from the fast lane and have accepted their sons' fates??

I wondered about their wives/mothers to those sons they would never behold again....not because they died from ailment or accident but simply because they sought wealth......this fleeting wealth the wrong way!

I wondered if they would heal or forgive their sons or they would look upon the wealth and groan in satisfaction that all was not lost after all??

I imagined myself in the shoes of their grief and I swore to myself that I would sooner let go such a son from my heart who refused to heed my counsel than be forced to mourn his untimely death in pursuit of meaningless riches!

I watched them file out of the office one after the other and shuddered unconsciously again!!

3. This will shock you...... Are you aware that Nigerians living in S. A. have literally turned little/young South African girls into strings of well-oiled prostitution rings?? .....I am talking of girls between the ages of 10-14 years old! These young South African girls are introduced.....scratch that!....these girls are immersed in drugs and turned to addicts and then they are set on the streets to be prostituted and their lives are effectively and totally wrecked! .....

Now put yourself in the shoes of these South Africans!

Would we all as Nigerians stomach a situation whereby in Lagos State or Anambra State or Bauchi State or Enugu State or Yobe State or a combination of those states, Kenyans or Zimbabweans or South Africans or people from neighboring Ghana would populate our cities....legitly or illegally and begin to sell drugs to our young men...turn our school girls into prostitutes....and litter our streets with dead bodies of their gang wars?

Would Lagosians allow their children to be used as pimps and prostitutes by FOREIGNERS who desecrate daily our value systems??

Would Enugu inhabitants allow Ghanaians to run our streets into crime zones.....such that we can't sleep at night and worry if our kids sent to schools are really at school or in a drug hotel somewhere sniffing white powders....and our girls violated daily sexually??

Wouldn't we someday just scream enough is enough and take up arms to rid our city of such devilish foreigners??

Are you aware that Indians populate a city in S.A. called Durban?? Do you know that Indians at one time recently, carried out systematic killings of Nigerians living in Durban??

What was the cause??....there was some Indian youths that were sold a harsh substance by the drug cartel which would literally liquefy the innards of the person leading to instant death!

These drug pushers know that this substance is adulterated and causes death (not addiction) yet they push it out there to their peddlers!

The Indians decided to help themselves and their community and embarked on a killing spree of Nigerians in Durban engaged in the drug business and left their calling cards in their victims!

Ask yourself this:

Did the South Africans begin to hate us all of a sudden or they had always hated us all these while??

How come we all used to migrate to South Africa easily and many of us married their girls (I know some friends who did and are still living happily with their wives) but now they hate us all??

OR

Would you close your eyes to the evil we Nigerians have unleashed in South Africa simply because we saved them from apartheid era?? So because we assisted them that now gives us the gumption to destroy their society like we've persistently done ours??

Some home grown truths will serve us in good stead here than this pontificating all over the place I plead!

Picture those attackers on our people....beating and burning them up as mothers or fathers or brothers or cousins who have lost a son or daughter or sibling to the cold hands of death by drug intake or whose virginity has been brutally lost and who is a human wreck to her society!

Before you cast your stone.....imagine that you lost your own dear child to crime...and not just any crime but one perpetrated by your own visitors!

My take on all these: NIGERIANS SHOULD FIRSTLY DEMAND THE CLEANUP OF SOUTH AFRICA and that includes the incaceration and/or deportation of these miscreants giving us all bad reputation in S.A.!

The drug war raging in that country engineered by our countrymen must be stopped!

Then the two countries should rapport to safeguard the lives and businesses of the many genuine Nigerians living and contributing to the economy of South Africa!

PS: Pls after reading this post, but before you start the deluge of insults upon me, kindly call up your own brother doing legitimate business in S.A. and he will confirm these facts to you as the absolute TRUTH!

Chinedum Agwaramgbo

Copied from Chinedum wall. I found it very interesting to share.”

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Re: Xenophobia: Nigerians Board A Bus To South African Airport, Set To Return Home by Aboguede(m): 4:25pm On Sep 11
Nigeria is big and good enough for all to stay and enjoy life to fullest but it is almost like culture for Nigerians to believe that another place is better


Nigerians like to think that the rest of the world is better than Nigeria but the bitter reality is that Nigerians just lack common discipline which in turn made us to be ignorant of reality in totality

I have lived in Asia and Europe and is clear that Nigeria is amoung the best places to live in the world


People in Nigeria like to inconvenient them selves and people around them for no reason and the indiscipline is high

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Re: Xenophobia: Nigerians Board A Bus To South African Airport, Set To Return Home by gibzzhd: 4:25pm On Sep 11
Remember Ghana Must go.what comes around goes around.same we we send 700,000 Africans mainly Ghanaians packing.

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Re: Xenophobia: Nigerians Board A Bus To South African Airport, Set To Return Home by realestniggah: 4:26pm On Sep 11
KLEINBASS:
Look how peaceful and clean Joburg station look. This place used to be one of the dirtiest..

Not dirty.. It over crowded.. The most over crowded place in joburg
Re: Xenophobia: Nigerians Board A Bus To South African Airport, Set To Return Home by Promisechi79: 4:26pm On Sep 11
Frankiss44:


They talking about lives and you are talking about properties.. Nor be who dey alive dey fight for properties?
you've forgotten that life is relatively proportional to properties too. Stop sounding as if there is nothing about those properties..... IT IS HARD TO BELIEVE THOUGH

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Re: Xenophobia: Nigerians Board A Bus To South African Airport, Set To Return Home by Aurielfinizu: 4:26pm On Sep 11
GavelSlam:


How many South Africans reside in Nigeria?

A Nigerian can live for 70 years and not come across one.

What about DStv and ShopRite? They should send them parking

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