Comedian and filmmaker, Ayo (AY) Makun, has knocked Nigerian leaders over their response to the xenophobic attacks on Nigerians in South Africa.
The 48-year-old made the rebuke in an Instagram post on Thursday
“So many toothless barking dogs that will never bite…. you know why? Many of them are stakeholders in the South African businesses that they stole our money to be a part of in Nigeria. #sanctionsouthafrica,” he wrote.
The South Africa High Commission in Nigeria has shut down its offices and consulate for fear of reprisal attacks by youths.
Acting High Commissioner, Bobby Moroe, said on Thursday that he had directed the mission to suspend all consular activities until the situation improved.
The Federal Government’s envoy will on Thursday arrive Pretoria to speak with President Cyril Ramaphosa on the xenophobic attacks on foreigners in South Africa, especially Nigerians