South Africa, Social Media - Well it seems, by all accounts, to be the Nigerian office hurries to secure Nigerians in South Africa, yet they are quiet when Nigerians are found doing composed bad behavior in South Africa.
This comes as the Patriotic Alliance pioneer Gayton McKenzie abruptly emitted at the Nigerian division on the web, after they established a connection with Nigerians in SA to "twofold their security" and keep away from "furious areas" while their own Nigerians are truly remarkable for illicit abuse and selling drugs in South Africa. This left Gayton McKenzie seething and he sent a strong message to them on Twitter.
"You have never stood firm contrary to the various bad behaviors Nigerian inhabitants complete in South Africa, the FBI even caught and assert that SA is the HQ for Black Ax, Nigerians highjack working here, @OnsBaizaNie will not at any point be intimated by your lies and Security and information workplaces."
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