Genevieve Nnaji responds to xenophobic attacks in South Africa

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Genevieve Nnaji says its time for us to demonstrate our haters what we are and trust in ourselves.

Genevieve Nnaji has joined the developing rundown of big names who have disclosed their voices on the xenophobic assaults liquefied upon Nigerians in South Africa.

Genevieve Nnaji has joined the growing list of celebrities who have aired their voices on the xenophobic attacks on Nigerians in South Africa.[Instagram/GenevieveNnaji]

The motion picture star took to her Instagram page on Tuesday, September 3, 2019, where she shared a post on the inclining point. As indicated by her, these individuals who have kept killing Nigerians have time without numbers demonstrated to us who they really are and its time for us to stand up and let them know what our identity is.

A life with us isn’t the worse thing. They need to see one without us.📌 They’ve shown us countless times who they are. Let’s believe them. It’s time to show them who we are. But most importantly, it’s time we believed in ourselves. They see our potential; our greatness. We need to see it too. It’s tough out here I know, but sooner than later we’ll have to realize it’s all we’ve got. We have to make sure our energy and resources are beneficial to all things Her🇳🇬. We can’t ignore the signs much longer. Change is inevitable. Let us stay 💯 ahead of it. #LongliveNigeria ✊🏿❤️” she said

Genevieve Nnaji’s most recent remarks are going ahead the impact points of the ongoing improvements in South Africa where Nigerians and different outsiders are assaulted and killed without hesitating.

It has even gotten so enthusiastic that big names from the two nations have hauled each other via social media.