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South Africans Praise The Nigerian woman After She Said This About Fellow Nigerians

When South Africans talk about the kind of things that Nigerians are doing in this country, people are being accused of being xenophobic. Talk about foreigners and the media and Julius Malema will eat you alive. This is just a clear indication that South Africans are not considered important in their country, and worse by the people who vote for these politicians and put them in power. Once they taste power, it starts going to their head.

We know that PutSouthAfricaFirst and Operation Dudula are at the center of cleaning up this country when it comes to illegal foreigners. They have been called by many names and so many people have been trying to put them down and every time they try, they fail. They also tried by getting the account of Kwena Molekwa to be suspended on Twitter but she is now back, and by popular demand.

There is a video of a Nigerian woman calling on her fellow Nigerians. She is criticizing them without fear of favor unlike what we are seeing with the South African media always hiding certain issues and never talking about them. She is talking about a very sensitive issue of how are the Nigerians able to send so much money back home when they are here in South Africa and are unemployed, while the person who has been employed back home cannot do not even have that kind of money.

You will also be surprised because you find them on the streets selling sweets and you wonder how these people are just able to stay there the whole day selling 50c sweets. But we know that there is something else that they are selling that makes them money. This is how they can spend so much money back to their country and we also know that what they are selling is not legal. This woman is a true African.

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