So it seemed the news is spreading already about the relief measures of the post-xenophobic attacks on Nigerians, and normalcy is gradually returning to the troubled neighbourhoods.

But news filtering has confirmed that many of those killed in the xenophobic attacks were actually South Africans and not Nigerians as widely perceived in many quarters. An official tweet by the nation’s parliament ascertaining the situation was shared by South African rapper in response to a fan’s question.

AKA reteirates on xenophobic attacks

Nonetheless, the SA rapper wrote in solidarity: “We condemn any and all violence of any kind against our fellow African brothers and sister but let’s remember to be responsible with the messages we spread on social media. ✊?”

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