Deejays Association Of Nigeria Condemns Xenophobic Attacks On Nigeria, Other Countries

* Source : Flay music


… Says S/Africans Ignorant Of Nigeria’s Contributions Against Apartheid

Deejay Association of Nigeria (DJAN), the umbrella body of all DJs in Nigeria and in the Diaspora has condemned in the strongest terms, the attacks on Nigerians and other blacks in South Africa.

The condemnation came in a statement jointly signed by National President, DJAN, Comrade Tade Adeyemi (DJ Kool), National Secretary, Comrade Sebastian Ikpoza (DJ Desert Storm)

The duo in the statement commended the Federal Government for drawing the “Red Line” and making adequate efforts to bring back Nigerians, who are willing to return home immediately.

“We call on the international communities to add their voice to to condemn this heinous act and bring perpetrators to justice, adding that enough is enough,” the statement reads.

To buttress its point, DJAN, quoted Maxime Lagacé, which says, “Little people are intolerant, selfish and impatient. Wise people are calm, loving and understanding”

In retrospect, the group visualized the fundamental inputs Nigeria made during the apartheid in South Africa to restore freedom and democracy.

It added that from research, it was revealed that during the apartheid era in South Africa, Nigeria was one of the foremost supporters of anti-apartheid movements, including the African National Congress (ANC).

DJAN also said that research also revealed that during the fight against apartheid Nigerian government issued more than 300 passports to South Africans seeking to travel abroad,adding that this was just part of the historic realities those carrying out Xenophobic attacks on Nigerian and other African nationals are ignorant of.


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