Xenophobic Attack On Nigerians Living In South Africa: A Call For Urgent Action,Open Letter To Buhari

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April 20, 2015 – Xenophobic Attack On Nigerians Living In South Africa: A Call For Urgent Action, Open Letter To Buhari

OPEN LETTER TO PRESIDENT-ELECT GMB :
Sir,
I write with pains and eagerness to draw your attention to a matter of urgent International importance, first let me congratulate you on your emergence as President-Elect Federal Republic of Nigeria.

I choose to write you this letter instead of the out-going President not because of special preference but because I know you to be courageous, firm and above all discipline when it comes to international politics.

Sir, Nigeria citizenry across the globe are now subject of ridicules, despised upon with disdain and to make it more painful is the on-going xenophobic attack on Nigerians living in South Africa, in fact this attack is one too many bitter pile to be swallowed from a country which Nigeria defended with her life during the apartheid regime, South Africans can not claimed to be ignorant of this sacred fact, may be it is time to let them know that Nigeria sustains South African economy through the massive patronage the likes of MTN, DSTV, SHOPRITE, STANBIC BANK to mention just a few have enjoyed over the years. Sir, I am tempted to mobilise youths in order to embark on Orubebe mission across all South African commercial interests including their Nationals, but such retaliative tendency may be regarded as mere sarbotage and may not attract global attention, whilst such discontentment or warning is required to urgently address the sensitive boiling issues.

Sir, at this juncture, I feel Nigerians are meant to pay this price because our past and present leaders show little or no concern for the plight of its citizenry, and until you addressed this within your 100days in Office you may as well fall into the category of these past leaders, but I strongly believed you may write your name in gold to remedy this, from all indications Black South Africans are cursed and have short memory, and this explains why the White South Africans subjected the Black South Africans to such humiliations without regret, yet they can not challenge the whites instead direct their frustration on innocent Nigerians, am sure Nelson Mandela would be ashamed in the grave of whatever legacies he left behind through this inhumanity to mankind exhibited by South Africans.

Sir, as I write to a close, I urge your government to make bold International statement to countries who treats Nigerians with discontempt, an eye for an eye international policy if need be, as Nigerians can no longer tolerate this.

However, as you embark on this complex journey of managing Nigeria, I pray you remedy the prevailing socio-economic conditions in order to discourage travelling Abroad for whatever means since Nigeria is too rich to accommodate all.

Long live His Excellency! Long live Federal Republic of Nigeria!

Yours Faithfully
Abdul Yahaya O.
[email protected]

12 thoughts on “Xenophobic Attack On Nigerians Living In South Africa: A Call For Urgent Action,Open Letter To Buhari

  1. Well said Mr Abdul Yaya
    This urgent action must be taken immediately to show South Africa that we Nigerians are behind their success.

  2. Mtw!!! what a stupid & animalistic xters these cabals were doing.i‘m deeply in paint bcs of what is happening in SA,very soon there economic will collapse n they will bcom beagers to nigerians. SENIOR ILLITRATES!!!!

  3. This is bulshit. Let us all go after this stupid South Africans and show them some sense. Enough is enough.

  4. I want to thank Mr. Abdul Yahaya for that thoughtful article addressed to president-elect-General Muhammad Buhari. You are a good and patriotic Nigerian citizen who cares and loves his fellow Nigerians where ever they may reside in the globe. It is a pity that our citizens are scattered around the world because of failure, looting,mismanagement, bad governance, and corruption of our past leaders and present administration. Most Nigerian politicians care only about their families and their pockets. What a shame! However, it is the responsibility of this dumb president to take decisive action to rescue our people from South African madness, and to embark on public condemnation of President Zuma inability to stop his lawless and barbaric citizens from killing their fellow blacks because of nothing but jealous. But president Jonathan has lost his place among African leaders because of money laundering operations to South Africa and other places in the world. Nigerian people are not supposed to be trap in a nation like South Africa if not because of criminal behaviors of our present and past leaders. But I thank God Almighty for the victory of General Buhari at the polling booths, and I believe with all my heart that meaningful changes are coming to Nigeria in the Buhari administration. It should be noted that 39 days to General Buhari sworn-in date is a lot,therefore, president Jonathan should send relieve materials, government officials, and plane to rescue Nigerians that are willing to come back home with immediate effect. We Can not Wait 39 Days To Help thousands of our People that are Stranded In That Wicked And Ungrateful Nation Of South Africa.

    • when your *** did not clean his *****well, it is Goodluck that did not provide enough water for him to clean his yash well.

  5. Thaanks @ROSEMARY A, i think is time you Nigerian start to fight back, there is no point making peace.

  6. Transfer African Magic back to Nigeria. Ik and co start packing your lodgages its high time you leave those illitrate black South Africans who think like sheep. Jealousy is a desease. Shame unto those ‘Lossers’ i(Black South African). God will punish ou all. Zuma shame!shame!

  7. why did other countries hate nigeria so seriousely it is high time we come together as one to fight for ours right

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