WHY THIS NIGERIAN CHOSE TO STAY WHEN OTHERS FLED XENOPHOBIC ATTACKS IN SA

WHY THIS NIGERIAN CHOSE TO STAY WHEN OTHERS FLED XENOPHOBIC ATTACKS IN SA

Last week in the midst of xenophobic attacks, hundreds of Nigerians went home. But, for some, South Africa has been home for them for over ten years. CNBC Africa’s Karabo Letlhatlha spoke to Nigerian Designer, OJ Chijioke who chose to stay.

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