sho madjozi on xenophobia

Sho Madjozi Shares How Complex Xenophopia In South Africa Is In Emotional Twitter Thread

South African rapper, Sho Madjozi in aseries of emotional tweets shared the dynamics of South African Xenophobia and the Xenophobic attacks currently taking place against Nigerians.

sho madjozi on xenophobia
According to Sho Madjozi, South Africans believe that immigrants like Nigerians bring a lot of crime into South Africa and also steal their jobs.
See her thread below:

For the most part, President Cyril Ramaphosa had been quiet about the xenophobic attacks against Nigerians. He had not addressed the country neither had he said anything about the South African women who had been murdered by men in the past couple of weeks.
When he eventually got round to making a statement yesterday, Ramaphosa was quoted as saying the xenophobic attacks against Nigerians were not “justified”.

 

EFF leader Julius Malema released a video condemning the attacks, too, stating that fellow Africans aren’t the enemy.

Sho Madjozi has been commended by her fans and followers who kept saying she is currently doing more than the president by addressing the issue.

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