The real reason South Africans hate Nigerians – Paul Play Dairo

The real reason South Africans hate Nigerians – Paul Play Dairo

Singer Paul Play Dairo has revealed the real reason why South Africans are angry at Nigerians in their country.

According to Paul Play Dairo, the decades of apartheid has left many of them uneducated and unskilled, thereby making them lose jobs to Nigerians whom the white elites prefer to employ.

He wrote:

“SOUTH AFRICANS are still living with the scars of apartheid and decades of apartheid has left them massively uneducated and unskilled so much that the white owned organisation prefer to employ Nigerians and other Africans. It could also be seen as payback for their victory against apartheid. These people have been wounded and battered and seeing Other Africans doing better than them has brewed resentment in their minds. Years of struggle and undignified treatment in their own land has brought out perpetual bitterness and ultimately the beast in them. I can see similarities between African American behavior towards other blacks and the South Africans”.

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Paul Play Dairo added:

“We need to understand that these people have their land back and yet they are still hopeless in the hands of a fantastically corrupt black leadership in SA. I’ve spent little time with some of them and i have some of them as friends . The anger is still in the air . As a country we need to leave these people to deal with their pains and let them heal properly . After the white people left South Africans are struggling economically. Let’s come back home and deal with our problems here and hold our leaders responsible for making a mess of a country flowing with milk and honey or is it a BLACK MAN THAT HAS THIS PROBLEM ???”, Paul Play Dairo concluded.

Paul Play Dairo: The real reason South Africans hate Nigerians
Paul Play Dairo: The real reason South Africans hate Nigerians

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