‘African Politicians Responsible For Xenophobic Attacks’ — Oby Ezekwesili Says At WEF

‘African Politicians Responsible For Xenophobic Attacks’ — Oby Ezekwesili Says At WEF

Former presidential candidate of the Allied Congress Party of Nigeria (ACPN), Oby Ezekwesili who is present at the 2019 World Economic Summit being held in Capetown, South Africa has berated African politicians, saying they are responsible for the “miserable situation that is not worthy of the young people that hold them responsible for their fate.”

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The former minister of education also discussed the problem of xenophobic violence between African communities and the damage that it will have on economies if not remedied, ND REPORTERS reports.

'African Politicians Responsible For Xenophobic Attacks' — Oby Ezekwesili Says At WEF

Mrs. Ezekwesili blamed political elites for failing to improve social problems such as unemployment.

She also speak on the problem of xenophobic violence between African communities and the damage that it will have on economies if not remedied.

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Nigeria has recalled its Ambassador to South Africa.

The nation has also pulled out of the World Economic Summit.

According to reports, quoting a “presidential source, tt also demanded full compensation,

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