Xenophobia: Nigerians Fight Back In South Africa, Confront Protesters With Guns

Following the several attacks on Nigerians by South Africans, Nigerians in South Africa have according to new claims, taken up arms to defend themselves against xenophobic attacks currently going on in the country.
The ongoing alleged xenophobic attacks on Nigerians by South African reportedly took a new turn on Friday, February 24.
Reports from South Africa claimed that Nigerians have taken up arms in self defense against protesters who are reportedly marching against the continuous stay of Nigerians in the country.
The protesters believe that foreigners are taking over their jobs and business opportunities.
South Africa based pastor and former Nigerian Footballer pastor Idah Peterside reports that there was a stand-off in Pretoria, South Africa as Nigerians have refused to run away from the South Africans who are matching against them.
He tweeted saying:
“It’s a stand off in Pritoria,the Nigerians have refused to hide. The South Africans matching are been confronted with Nigerians carrying guns.”

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