As you can probably tell, @iambisola, @bimboademoye and myself are a seriously lethal combination 😂😂😂😂
The sugar sister are talented in many ways😂😂😂😂
We are going to totori you in december
Ps my facial expression is everything 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
Do we have the right to be angry? YES! we are being killed and our government has not given a swift or satisfactory response to this situation AND the many issues that plague our society. It is frustrating and mind blowing. This uproar is a result of pent up frustration and anger.
The problem with anger that isn't channelled correctly is that it's irrational and the innocent end up getting caught in the cross fire.
What you GENUINELY LOVE, you PROTECT.
This is our home. We should protect her.
Let's not hurt our brothers and sisters.
Please, I beg you, in the name of God, violence is NOT the answer. It does more harm than good.
Violence is the problem and not the solution.
To the Nigerian Government: a fire has started. The thing about a fire is once it starts, you can't tell it where to burn and where not to burn, hence collateral damage....but guess what? It is possible to put a fire out and this is your responsibility.
Don't shoot our brothers and sisters.
We are shouting now because you never seem to hear us.
You must show us and the entire world that the life of even just one Nigerian matters because it does, it has always mattered and it always will.
I haven't been able to bring myself to watch the videos from the recent attacks against Nigerians and other foreign nationals by some South Africans.
My heart can't take it.
My mind can't fathom how you kill another human being based on their nationality.
My mind can't fathom how the people that spent years oppressed have become the oppressors.
Businesses burnt down, lives lost.
The people that have died as a result of Xenophobia, whether past or present, were not only sons, daughters, friends, mothers, fathers etc....they were human beings like you and I and their only crime was their nationality.
This isn't the South Africa that Mandela fought for.
Let's use our voices and let's speak against this. We are all members of the same body.
We must do better.
It is my hope that people of influence in South Africa rise up and speak against all that is happening.
Evil only prevails when good men do nothing.
May the souls of the departed, rest in peace and may the lord replenish all that has been lost.
We must...now more than ever...lead with Love.
Ps. It is the responsibility of EVERY SINGLE AFRICAN to speak out about Xenophobia. Not just a select few. There is power in numbers.