Xenophobic Statement Issued By Executive Director, Abdulrazaq Hamzat, Foundation for Peace Professionals (FPP);
Deploy special security to protect Nigerians against further Xenophobic attacks, NGO urges SA government, cautioning Nigerians against retaliation.
An independent Non Governmental Organisation, Foundation for Peace Professionals (FPP) has called on the South African government to provide special security for Nigerians and their businesses in South Africa to prevent further attacks. The organisation also called on the Nigerian government to initiate aggressive diplomatic approaches and show more seriousness in protecting lives of Nigerians across the world.
In a statement issued by the Executive Director, Abdulrazaq Hamzat, FPP expressed it’s sadness, over the reoccurring xenophobic attacks in South Africa, particularly against Nigerians and other African brothers and sisters, saying that such attacks is highly intolerable. According to Hamzat, “The recent xenophobic attacks against Nigerians in South Africa is highly condemnable and can only be carried out by a people who think very lowly of themselves “.
“While we understand that majority of South African people are peace lovers who despise such inhuman actions, we regret that the action of these few destructive elements have reduced South Africa to the country of xenophobia, where human lives are treated as nothing of value, FPP said. Hamzat explained that, human lives are too precious to be wasted in senseless violence, adding that, those who deprived fellow humans of their God given lives are the worst of human beings.
According to Hamzat, the South African government should immediately deploy special security forces to areas dominated by Nigerians and other Africans to contain the crisis aswell as initiate more proactive methods of preventing future occurrences. FPP also plead with Nigerians to act better than their South African brothers, urging them to refuse taking the path of destruction, as destroying innocent and harmless South Africans and their businesses in Nigeria can never be a justification for the unfortunate incident in South Africa.
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Charity begins at home, charity can never and will never begin outside. People will call you, treat you how you’ve treated yourself, you can’t treat yourself like piece of shit and expect me to treat you like rear gem.
You can’t be treated like trash at home and expect me to treat you like diamond, gold nor silver (gemstone) outside your home, how possible is that? Talk to the crazy, clueless, empty skull leaders of ours to goan buy brain from countries where things are working above average or anywhere they could get one even if “it’s London used brain”, we all know we can’t have a perfect system but we can have close to perfect system.
Our problem is home grown problem, the root is from home. Until we deal with it head-on, until we change our flat tire we ain’t moving or gonna make any meaningful movement, let’s get it right from home, does outside world ain’t gonna stop treating us like misused, badly used latrines. One “FOOL” even had the mind to call a whole continent SHITHOLE countries which the FOOL is right cause ain’t it “obviously obvious”?
Have done mine, ain’t you gonna do your widow’s might?