Xenophobia: Nigerian lady protests at a South African mall in Lagos

Xenophobia: Nigerian lady protests at a South African mall in Lagos

- A lady has gone on a one-woman protest against the killing of Nigerians in South Africa

- The lady identified as Meg Ricketts, stormed a South African mall located in Lagos during her protest

- Ricketts called on the staff at the mall, asking them to talk to their people in South Africa

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A Nigerian lady has gone on a one-man peaceful protest against xenophobic attacks. The lady, identified as Meg Ricketts, shared a video of herself on Twitter protesting against the killing of Nigerians in South Africans.

In her tweet, Ricketts explained that she took on a one-man protest at the mall. In the video, she was spotted holding a placard where she illustrated her concerns about the xenophobic attacks in South Africa.

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Nigerian lady protest at a South African mall in Lagos Source: Meg Ricketts
Source: UGC

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Ricketts, in the video, was heard calling out to the staff at the mall, asking them to talk to their people in South Africa. She asked them what the Nigerians being killed did to deserve what they did to them.

The lady also told the staff to stop pretending like they did not know what was going on in South Africa.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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