The Nigerian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Geoffery Onyeama has asked his South African counterpart, Naledi Pandor, to stop making inflammatory comments in the heat of the current Xenophobic attacks.
The South African Minister of Foreign Affairs, Naledi Pandor held a press conference where she said that the Nigerian government should keep Nigerians who are into human trafficking, drug peddling, and other vices, from coming into South Africa.
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According to her, Nigerians in South Africa are actively into drug peddling, human trafficking, armed robbery, theft and other vices which hurt their nation.
Just like many other Nigerians, Geoffrey Onyeama was displeased with Pandor’s statement and has asked her to desist from making such insensitive and ”outrageous” statements.
See Onyeama’s tweet below: