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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.
Several reactions on social media platforms have followed the attacks. Legit.ng has compiled a list of some of the biggest things that happened after news of xenophobia in South Africa emerged. Read on Legit.ng.
A Nigerian lady has gone on a one-man peaceful protest against xenophobic attacks. The lady identified as Meg Ricketts shared a video of herself on social media protesting against the killing of Nigerians in South Africans.
Popular Nigerian actor Abiola Kazeem, known as Jiganbabaoja, has called on Nigerians to join him on a peaceful protest against xenophobia in South Africa. The actor told Nigerians to meet him at 4:00pm this Tuesday, September 3.
Controversial Nigerian lawyer Reno Omokri has shared his thoughts on xenophobic attacks in South Africa. The 45-year-old man shared a series of tweets, talking about how he feels about the continuous attacks on Nigerians.
The Nigerian lady identified as Vintage Lizie had noted that ninety-nine percent of South Africans hate Nigerians. The lady added that some of them would not shoot or hit Nigerians but they still feel hate for Nigerians deep down.