South Africans embark on peaceful march apologizing to Nigerians and other African countries for the Xenophobic attacks (video)


South Africans this weekend were everywhere in the streets of the country to sincerely apologize to Africans especially Nigerians who were the majority victims for the inhumane treatment dispense out to them some days ago.

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The South Africans were seen holding their hands and marching through their cities to expressed their genuine regrets for their actions.

They sung songs of unity as they marched through the streets and also held up banners speaking against xenophobia which they have featured for the past decade. They were calling for unity among Africans.

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In a video circulating on media platforms, they were pleading with other African nations to return to South Africa because the country is safe now and no one will harm them again.

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