Xenophobia: Paul Okoye slams Nigerians over attack

Xenophobia: Paul Okoye slams Nigerians over attack

Nigerian singer, Paul Okoye, has taken to social media to react to the recent xenophobic attacks on Nigerians in South Africa.

Trailing the heels of these attacks currently being carried out in South Africa is the outrage of many Nigerian celebrities who have in one way or the other, lent their voices condemning the attacks.

Former member of the defunct music group, Psquare, Paul Okoye, recently took to his Instastory to speak on the attitude Nigerians are treated with in other countries including Nigeria; which is supposed to be their home.

In the post, he stated that with the way Nigerians are rejected around the globe, there is no guarantee that they would be accepted in ell.

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He wrote: “American don’t want Nigerians, Europeans don’t want Nigerians, Asians don’t want Nigerians, South Africans don’t want Nigerians, Nigerians don’t want Nigerians. Na hell be that oh. There’s no guarantee that hell sef will accept us. We are done unless our leaders start reasoning,”

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Xenophobia: Paul Okoye slams Nigerians over attack

Screenshot of his post/@iamkingrudy
Source: Instagram

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This is coming after Nigerian comedian Hyenana took to social media to condemn the actions of Nigerians who have been destroying and stealing from South African owned businesses. The comedian noted that Nigerian citizens are the ones working at the places being destroyed.

Hyenana, who condemned Nigerians on posts shared on Instagram, noted that he believes that Nigerians are worse than South Africans because the South Africans were not hurting their own people.

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Meanwhile, Basketmouth has taken to social media to also react to the xenophobic attacks currently going on in South Africa.

Taking to his Instagram page, the comedian announced that he has opted out of his trip to South Africa and will not be attending the Comics Choice Awards which is supposed to hold in the country.

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