Xenophobia Is Evil Wind Blowing Africa No Good, Says Kalu, PDP Chieftain

Chief Emeka Kalu, a Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chieftain and Director General of Atikulated Agenda Worldwide, has described the xenophobia attacks in South Africa as an evil wind that has continued to damage the fabrics of African peace, prosperity and progress.Speaking to Akelicious in Lagos, Kalu said the attacks by South Africans were most negative and unprecedented, lamenting that Africa had allowed the evil seed to be planted, nurtured it to growth, stressing that its evil fruits would linger in people’s memory as it would be a clog in the deepening relationship among Africa nations.Kalu, also Director General, Global Initiative for Good Governance, condemned the actions of South Africa citizens which, he said, had in turn generated ripples of chain reaction that had been damaging.He lamented the rate the South Africans had taken upon themselves to kill and burn fellow Africans as well as destroying their property worth billions, describing it as callous and unwarranted action in a civilised Africa of 21st century.Kalu also argued that no provocation was enough to go to such lowest ebb of human senselessness, stressing: “Anyone that is using the excuse that Some Africans, including Nigerians, are destroying South Africa (as alleged), is dwelling in deception and celebrating evil.“That is the reason we have security apparatus in every nation to fish out the bad eggs and jail them or deport them. Deciding to destroy legitimate businesses to revenge the actions of few bad eggs is the most insensitive thing to do.

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