#Xenophobia: Nigerians Who Wish To Return Home From South Africa Can Now Do So Free Of Charge, Courtesy Of Air Peace Airline

Following the Xenophobic attacks on foreign nationals living in South Africa, Chief Allen Oyema Of Air Peace Airline has volunteered to bring back the Nigerians living in South Africa and wish to come back home.

The announcement was made by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesman, Ferdinand Nwoye. This will be done to assist the Federal Government in its quest to protects her citizens against the brutal killing and ill-treatment on-going in South Africa. And those who wish to return home for safety but can’t afford to will now be able to do so free of charge.

The general public has been advised to inform their loved ones living in South Africa of the kind gesture by Air Peace Airline and to make good use of the opportunity that has been made available to them for their safety.

In other to do so, those who wish to come back to Nigeria from South Africa, are to liaise with the High Commission Of Nigeria in Pretoria as well as the Consulate General of Nigeria in Johannesburg to make necessary arrangement because the planes will be made available from Friday the 6th of September, 2019.

While this is applaudable seeing how Nigerians are looking for ways to help one another, celebrities are still on it on Twitter airing their views on the attacks.

Wizkid unpleased with what played out between MI Abaga and Burna Boy over Aka tweet, took to his twitter account to call them out!

He tweeted;

He, however, encouraged them to watch what they say or just promote their music instead while begging Nigerians to shun violence!

Not satisfied with how he reacted on tweeter to his fellow industry colleagues, he later apologised for his wrong choice of words in another tweet!

Similarly, the Ex-Big Brother Africa who resides in South Africa, Tayo Faniran via his Instagram post talked about the possible root cause of the on-going Xenophobic attacks on foreign nationals living in South Africa as he claimed to have once called on people to fight the issue when it earlier started but no one listened.

In a six minutes video, he talked about how journalists can do real news and not make-believe so the truth about a story can be told!

Watch the video here

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