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Deputy Minister of Police in South Africa, Michael Mkongi has received backlash from former Nigerian minister of aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode over the comment made on the current level of attack against Nigerians and foreigners in the country.
The minister had defended the looting and killings of Nigerians and other foreign nationals by the citizens saying it is the sign of taking over.
“The question arises, and we must investigate what the law of SouthAfrica says. How can a city in South Africa be 80% foreigners? That is dangerous. That is in the surrounding area, South Africans have surrendered their own city to foreign nationals, The nation should discuss that particular question.
“You see South Africans in other countries dominating a city into 80%? Because if we don’t debate that, it means the future South African president would be a foreign national,” the minister stated at a press conference.
The former aviation minister took to his social media platform and blasted the minister.
“Just listen to this excitable and ugly little monkey who is the South African Minister of Police Affairs trying to justify the killing of Nigerians.
“Does the fact that 80% of a town in South Africa is made up by foreigners justify the fact that Nigerians are being subjected to mass murder?,” he asked.
He also stated that the minister is ignorant and also a step removed from the missing link.
“He is not only an ignorant and xenophobic arch-racist but he is also one stepped removed from the missing link. He looks and sounds like the offspring of a union of same-sex marriage. It is time for the white Boers to return to power in South Africa. #cyril…. your Minister trash”, he added.