Hundreds of South Africans walk in unity to apologise to Africans for recent Xenophobic attacks (Video)

Hundreds of South Africans walk in unity to apologise to Africans for recent Xenophobic attacks (Video)

There have been media reports on Xenophobic attacks in South Africa, as many south African nationals were reported to be attacking Africans especially Nigerians.

In a video sighted on ClassFmonline, hundreds of south African were seen clad in black and red attires having a sort of peaceful match.

According to the voice over the video they were having the match to apologise to the rest of Africa for what happened and also using the chance to announce that the country was now safe for anyone who wanted to visit.

They were singing songs believed to be one sending their apologies across Africa for their conduct over the past weeks

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According to the report, they were vandalising and looting shops belonging to Nigerians living within that particular catchment area.

A number of people lost their lives with a lot more getting injured due to the unwarranted attacks

A Ghanaian man was said to have been in the leg and hospitalised with three injured and two arrested.

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In other news, a Nigerian man identified as Opeyemi Fadare has been caught after using celebrity identities to sleep with different women.

The man was seen in a video revealing how he operates and gets the attention of women.

YEN.COM.GH came across the confession video on a Facebook page owned by fans of Ibadan-based radio hosts, Olalomi Amole and Komolafe Olaiya.

In the video, the man, who revealed that he is the son of a pastor, explained that he created a Facebook account using gospel singer Yinka Ayefele's identity to get the attention of women and fans of the gospel singer.

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Source: Yen Newspaper

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