The people of South Africa have realized the importance of patriotism and there are beginning to show it through their conduct. This became imperative after citizens argued that foreign nationals are taking up juicy opportunities at the detriment of local citizens.
For months now, there has been accusations leveled against immigrants that they are dominating different sectors of our economy and they still don't accord respect to citizens but rather degrade them through their utterances.
However, a video clip is gradually trending on different social media platform which show moment a South African man was demanding for a refund of payment after realizing a hotel he booked was owned by a Nigerian national.
He clearly stated that he's not against Nigerians but he felt it was just for him to support South African owned businesses because that's the only way for citizens to grow their township economy by themselves.
The man's action has stirred up so much reaction as many immigrants claim his attitude was xenophobic and it doesn't speak good of South Africa.
"South African asking for a refund after finding out that the hotel he booked is owned by Nigerian drug dealers in cape town".
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