WHAT SOUTH AFRICANS THINK OF NIGERIANS

WHAT SOUTH AFRICANS THINK OF NIGERIANS

From opinions about Nigeria’s entertainment industry to thoughts about scams and more, these are some of the responses we gathered from South Africans on what comes first to their mind when they think about Nigeria and Nigerians.

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