NIGERIA’S NEGATIVE PERCEPTION IN SOUTH AFRICA IS A REALITY AND NOT A MYTH- ADEKUNLE OWOLABI

NIGERIA’S NEGATIVE PERCEPTION IN SOUTH AFRICA IS A REALITY AND NOT A MYTH- ADEKUNLE OWOLABI

Nigeria, also known as Africa’s giant is widely known for its petroleum production and exportation as a major source of the nation’s economy. It remains the largest oil producer in Africa and the 12th largest producer in the world. Nigerians can be found in every part of the globe greatly representing the nation in different sectors such as entertainment, education, and business but there is also a global perception that Nigerian nationals are associated with wrongdoing/ criminal activities such as crime, drug dealing human trafficking and more. Why is this so and is this a fair perception?

Adekunle Owolabi who is a Nigerian born Journalist and Tech Developer based in Johannesburg was hosted by Bongi Gwala on SA FM talking point. He provided a lot of clarity to the speculations about Nigerians in South Africa, he confirmed that these allegations are real and not a myth.

Listen to the podcast below for more

Bongi Gwala and Adekunle Owolabi

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