DA Counsellor Married To NIGERIAN Creates TENSION On Social Media - SOUTH AFRICA
JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICAN – The reason for the Democratic Alliance's silence on the subject of foreigners in South Africa appears to have been revealed.
This comes after Belinda Echeozinjoku, a DA councillor for the Johannesburg Mayoral Committee, was accused of marrying a Nigerian immigrant. Many people on Twitter have pointed out that Nigerians have a long history of criminal activity in South Africa, including human trafficking and organized crime. Many people believe that this counsellor is untrustworthy in the House of Commons.
"#Belinda Echeozonjoku ngeke ngeke ngeke ngeke ngeke ngeke ngeke nge Johannesburg still has a lot of spring cleaning to do. Whether she is married to a Nigerian or is a Nigerian herself, akadingeki, she is not patriotic. #PutSouthAfricaFirst." Many people now believe she should step down because South Africa has a long way to go as a country. Many people believe that these are the types of politicians that will accuse South Africans of being racist if they complain about immigrants committing crimes in their country.
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