Ghanaian celebrities such as John Dumelo, Yvonne Nelson, Jon Germain, DKB, Kwaw Kese, Raquel, and others have taken the South African xenophobia attach to social media to share their views. Read what they said.
Two weeks ago, locals began attacking and looting properties owned by fellow Africans, in the wake of alleged comments by Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini telling migrants to go home – although he says he was mistranslated.
A Ghanaian living in South Africa was reportedly killed during the xenophobic attack in Durban and this has led Ghanaians, celebrities and government officials share their views on the barbaric act.
Ghanaian celebrities such as John Dumelo, Yvonne Nelson, Jon Germain, DKB, Kwaw Kese, Raquel, and others have taken the issue to social media to share their views.
This is what they are saying...
John Dumelo said: "The xenophobic attacks against Ghanaians, Nigerians and other foreign nationals in South Africa must stop! This is the height of injustice. We are all Africans, we are all one people, with one positive goal. What's the point in killing and attacking fellow Africans?"
Jon Germain: "Why another man can be so mean to another man... In this world that does not belong to us.We all die and leave everything behind.God Help us."
DKB: "Where are all those think tanks or think gallons to mount pressure on govt to take retributive actions against SA? So so stomach policies!!"
Raquel said: "GOD please help Africa Please rescue the innocent People!"
Yvonne Nelson said: "South Africa I'm disappointed."
M3nsa said: "How many of u know the CRUCIAL role Naija played in SA's Apartheid fight? What happened after? Try getting a visa to SA as a naija man.Kai!"
AJ Nelson said: "These stupid South Africans were just praying for Nelson Mandela to die so they can start their evil deeds..."
Kwaw Kese said: "What's the world saying about South Africa??? Is this the same SA we know?"
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