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Friday, 17 April 2015

Zulu King Supports Xenophobic Attacks, Ask All Foreigners To Leave South Africa Immediately

KING Goodwill Zwelithini - Ask foreigners (Fellow Africans) to leave South Africa Immediately 
According to Daily Sun SA, KING Goodwill Zwelithini meant each and every word when he said foreigners must pack their bags and get out of South Africa.
So said Zwelithini’s spokesman, Prince Thulani Zulu, who told Daily Sun yesterday the king has nothing to be sorry for.
 The Zulu king’s outburst came on Saturday during his speech at a moral regeneration event in Pongola, northern KZN.
In the presence of both Police Minister Nathi Nhleko and provincial MEC Willies Mchunu, the king was reported to have told the gathering that it was time foreigners were told to return to their countries.The king accused them of messing up the country’s towns by hanging their fake clothing brands on the streets.
“Now when you walk down the street you can’t recognise a shop you used to know because it has been taken over by foreigners who mess it up by hanging up rags,” the king said.
His remarks were widely condemned as encouraging hatred towards foreigners, which may result in more violent behaviour towards them.But Prince Thulani said the king won’t apologise because he stood by what he said.
The king’s speech has been strongly criticised for fuelling hatred against foreigners by the Somali Association of South Africa and the Congolese Solidarity Campaign.
The provincial government distanced itself from the king’s speech. It said it was guided by the Constitution, which guarantees human rights for all in SA.
As if South Africans are not residing in other countries? I am sure it's time Nigeria government do the necessary by sending these numerous South African Franchise like Game, Shoprite, Mr. Price, DSTV, MTN and other South African chains off our market. They are not only stealing from us, their poor services are unimaginable. 

Hearing a man who call himself a king speak like an illiterate is sad. Yes it is quite sad. If a traditional ruler could say such,  thereby instigating his people against fellow Africans to be maim and killed is really sad. 

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