Nigerians in South Africa declare war against South Africans

Nigerians in South Africa declare war against South Africans

Nigerians living in Pretoria West in South Africa have declared war against any South African who attempts to take advantage of them the way some hoodlums did recently.

Properties – houses, cars, electronics, home appliances – belonging to black Africans who live in Pretoria West in South Africa were looted and destroyed by some miscreants who claimed they were protesting against foreigners who are involved in drugs and prostitution business.

Black Africans who live in Rosettenville in the south of Johannesburg suffered a similar fate for about a week recently.
At least 30 shops were damaged and looted in Atteridgeville, Pretoria West on last Monday. 12 houses were burnt and destroyed in Rosettenville last week.

However, some of the Nigerians who were interviewed by Ann7 TV vowed that war will break out if such evil act is carried out again.

One of the interviewees angrily said on TV: “War has been declared already. They must not attempt it again”.

Nigerians living in Johannesburg are also mobilising one another in advance to put up a fight against these hoodlums.

Pretoria currents reek of panic and fear. Many people have relocated to safe places.

A number of South Africans across the country condemned the evil act. Many of them said it is not a xenophobic or Afro-phobic attack but daylight robbery.

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