Xenophobic Attacks: It’s too early to forget your history, APC tells S’Africans.

ABUJA: Nigeria’s ruling All Progressives Congress APC has condemned the resurgence of xenophobic attacks on Nigerians in South Africa, telling citizens of the rainbow nation that it was too early to forget their history.

APC logo Accusing South African leaders of a conspiracy of silence, the APC said it was heartbreaking to see younger generations of South Africans taking on their benefactors while their elders who were witnesses to Nigeria’s efforts at stamping out apartheid in their country would maintain a criminal silence.

APC in a statement by its National Publicity Secretary, Mallam Lanre Issa-Onilu however assured Nigerians that the federal government has taken measures to address the ugly trend.

The statement reads; “The All Progressives Congress APC strongly condemns the recent South African xenophobic attacks on foreign nationals, particularly on Nigerians, their property and businesses.

“As a party, we are deeply saddened by these unwarranted attacks. Nigeria deserves better from South Africa. It is too early for South Africans to forget their country’s history. Many of the key players in the struggle against apartheid are still alive and active in the country’s national affairs. We therefore cannot understand why there seems to be a conspiracy of silence on their part. “The barbaric attack on citizens of other countries points to a failure of leadership. South African leaders cannot exonerate themselves from this cowardly act.

We call on the South African ruling party, the African National Congress ANC to urgently step in. This is completely at variance with what ANC stood for.

The ANC government can no longer pretend about this obvious contradiction.

By Lawal Odofin.

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