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Time to make South Africa taste the bitter side of Nigeria – Genevieve
Popular Nollywood actress, Genevieve Nnaji, has Wade into xenophobic attacks conducted by South Africans on some foreigners, mainly, Nigerians, residual in their country.
The Nollywood billionaire, while speaking on her verified Instagram handle on Wednesday, said that it is time Nigerians show the South Africans who we are but that will only happen if we believed in ourselves.
He post reads: “A life with us isn’t the worse thing. They need to see one without us. They’ve shown us countless times who they are. Let’s believe them.
“It’s time to show them who we are. But most importantly, it’s time we believed in ourselves.”
Nigerians, in retaliation, have attacked some properties owned by South Africans in Nigeria. Between 4th to 5th of September 2019, properties belonging to Shoprite, MTN, respectively were recorded burnt down, including building etc. in Nigeria.
Also, some students in Zambia has protested over the attack in South Africa, reportedly destroy properties and made away with others.