The iasue of foreigners in Africa is becoming huge problem, more especially for citizens of a particular state.
In the republic of South Africa, it is believed to be more than millions of foreigners, both legal and illegally. Unfortunately in each and every country, when resources became limited, people tend to find amongst each other
In the republic of South Africa, South Africa citizens are blaming foreigners for lack of things like jobs and others.
Unfortunately it us not only in the republic of South Africa but also in Nigeria.
There is a video trending on social media of Nigerians in Nigeria announcing that they are demanding government to close down all foreigners shops.
They are saying local markets should be reserved for Nigeria citizens only. It is clear that building one African state won't be possible anytime soon more especially with the economy that Africa is in.
Africa is rich with Mineral resources but its economy seems not growing at all.
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