Xenophobia: Nigerian celebrities condemn attacks on Nigerians in South Africa

Following the xenophobic attacks many Nigerians are currently going through in South Africa, many Nigerian celebrities have taken to social media to condemn the gruesome killings.

It was reported that the government of South Africa has arrested dozens of people in Johannesburg after rioters looted shops and torched buildings and vehicles. BBC reports that the police fired tear gas, rubber bullets and stun grenades in an attempt to quell the unrest on Monday, September 2. Following this and the continuous attacks on Nigerians, many celebrities have taken to social media to condemn the xenophobic killings and attacks. Nigerian celebrities including fashion entrepreneur Toke Makinwa, singers Banky W, 2Baba, Ruggedman Davido, vector, Wizkid, OAP Daddy Freeze and actors, Adesua Etomi, Kehinde Bankole, Iyabo Ojo, have all lent their voice towards stopping these attacks, some of who have called for the boycotting of all South African products and services.
















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