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Kayode Fatoba, Another Black Man Being Attacked By The Chinese Business Mogul by Audreydamilola(f): 4:31pm On Oct 29, 2020
Kayode Fatoba, another black man being attacked by the Chinese business mogul in Canada
Getting aids and benefits have their political angle, most of which has a hidden agenda that is not open to the public. Many popular magazines and newspaper including prominent economist, and journalists have asked the same question over the years, the question being simple as “what is China doing in Africa?”
According to the Forbes; in June 2017, a McKinsey & Company report estimated that more than 10,000 Chinese-owned firms are operating in Africa. Again in 2019, Forbes comes up with the same headline, asking why China is investing heavily in Africa, for Forbes to be keen on this, there must be some valid reasons to narrow down on.
Nigeria is the largest economy In Africa, and the rate at which the Chinese have invaded the economy in the last 10 to 15 years has been incredible, while there are benefits to this, it is time for people to understand the price we have to pay for such things. Africa and mostly Nigeria have become the dumping ground for Chinese products, including granting aids and support to African leaders; and asking for African natural resources in return if they are not able to pay. Should we call this a slave trade 2.0?
Most of the infrastructures aided by the Chinese are being controlled from china with most of these Chinese companies holding on to 70% of the infrastructure and leaving 30% for the local company in Africa, which means a chunk of the money is going back to Beijing, with most officers in these companies being Chinese, and only the menial jobs are available for the citizens, most of them always complaining about how the Chinese treat them in their country.
The story of Kayode Fatoba, a Toronto based Canadian citizen of Nigerian descent, who grow up in Canada and have been a successful part of his community, begs to ask if it is becoming a norm for Chinese people to demean or maltreat Africans, not just in their own country but also in other countries where they live.
Kayode studied medicine and he now works as a public scientist, an entrepreneur and a community leader. He is a football player in Canada, and his football skills are a vital part of him getting his way into Canada and winning a national scholarship for $70,000 at the age of 17.
Ten years after purchasing an apartment in cash deposit agreement with the property manager Amy Lau, who was representing the owner of the property whose house was on a foreclosure. He is now threatened to leave the house forcefully and gentrified as well as being racially profiled by a Simon Frasier University (SFU) professor named Zou Gueng Ye and his accomplice Amy Lau. Both of them will go through any length to frustrate Kayode by bribing officers of the law, the police in picking up every political credit they have in that society without regard for human right.
Kayode has been harassed, vilified in his own house that he paid for, and paid for all the maintenances. The house in question was met in a bad condition but was able to refurbish the building and renovate a larger part of the building, and personally redesigned it. After doing all that, he was suddenly told to pack his things, and move out of the house with an excuse that their daughter is about to resume at the school close to the building, and they will want her to take possession of the building.
This is a scam at the height of it! Nigeria has been branded for many scams in the mainstream news, but some facts indicate that Nigeria is not the leading country when it comes to setting up scams. There are countries such as China that have created bigger scams, one of which this situation insinuates. But as it is, no mainstream news is pushing this into their news.
Kayode is a stand out contributor during his time at school, a natural-born leader who contributes towards his community through donations, and had given out his apartment to students who needed help in whatever way. Being gentrified from a building you have occupied and invested in for over 10 years is an assault and racial abuse.
The Canadian government needs to show more care for their black citizens and immigrants if such situation can happen to Kayode, who is a second-generation immigrant and a known Canadian, what more can we say for those who could not speak up based on their immigration situation, or if they are an international student?
It is important that Nigerian people and all African countries take a note of how Chinese treats their people in Africa and abroad; and think of how to better partner with them or if they should even consider partnering with a racially abusive people. Africa will be great, and we do not need the influx of debt from places such as China to make it so. We do not need another young man to be abused in his own home or traumatized about his rights on his fatherland. Africa and Africans are not for sale.

Re: Kayode Fatoba, Another Black Man Being Attacked By The Chinese Business Mogul by sarahkom: 4:42pm On Oct 29, 2020
must it be a Nigerian

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