Video:There is no justification for any South African to attack people from other countries’ – President Ramaphosa condemns Xenophobic attacks
South African President, Cyril Ramaphosa has censured Xenophobic assault on Nigerians and others in his nation, saying security powers are on high alert.
As per Ramaphosa, “our security powers are on high alert. While not the slightest bit, would we be able to remove the feeling of profound misfortune and terrible torment you experience, as a nation we invest in keep on working enthusiastically to building the sort of South Africa, where to be sure ladies and youngsters will be sheltered.”
He proceeded to state; “I censure the brutality that has been spreading around some of our regions in the most grounded terms. I’m gathering the clergymen in the security group today to ensure that we watch out for these demonstrations of wanton viciousness and discover methods for halting them.
“The individuals of our nation need to live in amicability; whatever worries or complaints we may have, we have to deal with them in a law based manner. There can be no avocation for any South African to assault individuals from different nations.
“We express our profound agony, backing, solidarity and love to the families, companions and friends and family of every one of the individuals who have lost their lives in the most recent month (Uyinene Mrwetyana, Leighandre Jegels, Nolunde Vumsindo, Meghan Cremer, Jesse Hess to specify yet a couple).”