The level of corruption we often experience in the hands of foreigners is one of the factors fueling the continuous demand for the repatriation of these Immigrants back to their home country.
South Africans can no longer lay their hands on meaningful job opportunities just because these Immigrants occupy every sector and use this position at the detriment of local citizens.
The young man said he went for a job interview in a company owned by Nigerians and the Xhosa ladies working for the Nigerians demanded that he would have to pay a certain amount first before he can be offered a job.
This is another height of corruption and the government of South Africa needs to interfere in this matter to ensure that such incident does not repeat itself in our country.
According to his exact words on Twitter:
"I remember some years ago I went to a so called interview in Joburg C.B.D because I looking for employment .
When I was there, I was so shocked to find Xhosa ladies working for Nigerians to scam people by asking for payment first for the promise of employment ."
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