#Xenophobia: Oby Ezekwesili petitions President Cyril Ramaphosa over attack on Nigerians in South Africa

Former Minister of Education Oby Ezekwesili on Monday September 2, waded into Xenophobic attack launched against Nigerians in South Africa. 

Recall LIB reported earlier that properties includings cars which belong to Nigerians in the country, was set on fire by South Africans. Shops belonging to Nigerians was also looted by South Africans as captured in a viral video. 

Oby Ezekwesili in her tweets addressed to both President Cyril Ramaphosa and President Buhari, decried the attacks in the country. According to the former President candidate, the maiming and killing of citizens of Nigeria and other African countries in South Africa dishonors everything our collective fight for freedom was about.

She also stated that it is time to get candid as the killings has gone on for long without any effective response. Read her tweets below; 

Oby Ezekwesili@obyezeks

Dear President @CyrilRamaphosa and @GovernmentZA , the maiming and killing of citizens of Nigeria and other African countries in South Africa dishonors everything our collective fight for freedom was about. Even as children in Primary School, we played our part. Please STOP IT.1,4545:37 PM – Sep 2, 2019Twitter Ads info and privacy875 people are talking about this

Oby Ezekwesili@obyezeks · 7h

Dear President @CyrilRamaphosa and @GovernmentZA , the maiming and killing of citizens of Nigeria and other African countries in South Africa dishonors everything our collective fight for freedom was about. Even as children in Primary School, we played our part. Please STOP IT.

Oby Ezekwesili@obyezeks

Dear President @MBuhari and @NigeriaGov , it is time to take decisive actions to protect our Citizens in South Africa. The maiming and killings have gone on for too long without effective response. The bilateral relations with South Africa is troubled. It is time to be CANDID.3845:43 PM – Sep 2, 2019Twitter Ads info and privacy249 people are talking about this

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