The response accompanying South African's constant demand for prioritization in their own country can be very annoying sometimes.
Most foreigners living in South Africa had already made it a point of duty to accuse South Africans of xenophobia anytime important issues on Immigration are raised.
They do this often to shut down any discussion that intends to unravel some of the atrocities perpetrated by foreigners in our land and many citizens are not happy with such attitude.
A concerned South African man who is often known for raising issues on Illegal Immigration, Mr Crown Nkhwashu has stated that South Africans are not asking to be prioritized in Zimbabwe or Congo rather in their own country.
He added that there is nothing Xenophobia about demanding for all of this so foreigners should stop accusing South Africans always.
According to his statement on Twitter and it reads:
"Xenophobia my foot, we are not saying South Africans must be put First in Zimbabwe or Congo, but we are saying in South Africa, what's Xenophobia about that? Foreigners Must go"
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