Xenophobia: Man who left Nigeria because of Buhari re-election fights for Airline free spot to Nigeria

A young man who felt he should leave the country when President Buhari won the Presidential election has declared he is coming back to the country.


Justice Igwe had posted on his Facebook page how he was leaving the country some months ago when President Buhari won the 2019 general election.

He posted on February how he was jetting out of the country, he wrote:

The elections result is not interesting, finding my way out of this country now.

Igwe who was in South Africa since then is left with no other option than to get back to Nigeria due to high Xenophobic attack in South Africa.

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He is apparently one of the beneficiaries of the Air Peace airline who had promised to take Nigeria off SA for free.

He posted again on his facebook:

Fellow Nigerians, the Air Peace is here, we are gladly leaving the land of South Africa.

His posts have caused commentd from social media users, where many find it humorous and many claim it is not really funny.

See some of the comments below:

***It’s good they are back alive, at least if Nigerians have no other choice but to stay in Nigeria we will all be forced to fix Nigeria.

***It wouldn’t have been funny

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But man literally did the documentary and he caption it.
He sold himself.
So don’t bash her.
I need to laugh

***Y’all are fools, if you find this funny. I know all of you won’t think twice if you had same.

***I’m actually wondering the same thing. These people probably lost a lot already 😑😑 imagine leaving the life you thought you had💔

***They were not deported right , so I think when everything is over they can still go back to whatever they left behind , IDK🤷🏽‍♂️

 

 

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