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Friday, 24 April 2015

Xenophobia: Malawians boycott all South African owned businesses in their country

All businesses owned by South Africans including Game, Shoprite, PEP and others in Malawi will be under lock and key today April 24th. Malawians are totally boycotting these businesses following the xenophobic attacks in South Africa. Two Malawians died during the attacks, many businesses owned by Malawians were destroyed and just 2 days ago, Wednesday April 22, 390 of them were repatriated to Malawi.

 

101 comments:

Davido's driver said...

We should do same. Lindaobserve

Davido's driver said...

Good move

NaijaDeltaBabe said...

Is dis d solution?

Alloy Chikezie said...

Gbam! I Hope this will happen in this country also.

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Unknown said...

You see, action govt. Love dat so much.thats a good move

Dreezy the quidnunc said...

That's Just the beginning... Wait for it

Juliebabe said...

A stitch in time saves nine or rather tit for tat

@MEETD®EALEVANS™ said...

PARENTAL ADVISORY!!!



Dats how u know an active president

BONARIO NNAGS said...

Nice one, way to go.
Atleast they are being decisive in their actions,not waiting on their government.

~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA LUMIA

Bishop Dammy said...

Fire doesn't quench fire.. wisdom is highly needed to calm this all thing. Luke 2:52.. let's be wise in handling these. . Before the devil makes full fun of Africa.

Anonymous said...

RUKKY AND CO WIL SAY SME PROACTIVE MEASURES LYK DS SHUDNT B TEKEN IN NIG..WEN DIA COMPANIES ARE SUCKIN NIG. DRY..SME TYMS VIOLENCE MUST TEK IT BY FORCE..TOMJERRYSWIT

Chukwukamma said...

It is not going to be easy, i wish south Africans will realize that we now live in a global world and no country is an island any more.
pls read from my blog www.nelsonnwegbo.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

And we can't just do same here cos of fear...dee

Emmynado said...

Nt d best, Bt damn it SA deserved it

Unknown said...

That's the way! But noooooo we nigerians love licking ass even if we get shit smeared in our faces.. Well done malawi!

Anonymous said...

Nigerians will never do this.sell outs!

Unknown said...

Thumbs up Malawi, love it.

Unknown said...

I support DAt. We gona do dat in naija too for d ungrateful south africanas

Kay said...

Patriotism! Patriotism!!! Patriotism!!!

Unknown said...

Getting down really bad.

ejyknuel said...

They got served lazy ass south africans

Unknown said...

No one is a monopoly of violence. Good one from the Malawians.

Anonymous said...

Perfect. I like that.

Unknown said...

Going down really bad.

yawanow said...

Same extreme measures should be applied in Nigeria. The zulu king and government of SA should be held accountable for the attacks.

Unknown said...

Perfecto... Nigerians what are ya waiting for...?

Blog It With Olivia said...

This fools should stop this Xenophobic now
Its not fair at all
There's just scandal everywhere....

Unknown said...

Berrra...

Bosslady said...

Good!

Unknown said...

Nice move by their government! Now that is the way to go.

Unknown said...

Way 2 go folks. Way 2 Go.

ASAMPOKOTO said...

Hian. Let me Jst carry myself to blackup now before they try this nonsense

Unknown said...

Way 2 go folks. Way 2 Go.
Talkin bout Cause n Effect Relationship.
There must always be consequences.

Unknown said...

I love this

eka said...

may God help d continent Africa..

Unknown said...

I love this

Unknown said...

I lov this step

Anonymous said...

What re we Nigerians waiting for?
eye for eye

Unknown said...

No to xenophobia

Anonymous said...

What re we waiting for Nigerians?Eye for eye

Iam_Anne10 said...

That's country that cares about their citizens. Nigeria is the country I know that won't act even if they bombed 1000 citizens. Always slow to act making us a weak country. If it's America.. there would have been action long ago. Just soo fucked up. Everyone is on their own. We are ONE indeed.

TAMARA SPLASH said...

What r we waiting for? We should do same. Do me I do u.

Anonymous said...

I truly support the idea of boycotting SA businesses in Nigeria because now they will feel the pain and raise their voices to stop xenophobia.

Anonymous said...

GEJ abi Fg is weak, abeg mek una do handover so GMB will show why he is a general. SAI BABA

ary said...

This would never happen in this country of selfish, greedy and voiceless people.

Unknown said...

We should shot them down finally here honestly

Marshall Matters said...

it shouldn't be like that na these stores are owned by innocent south Africans and most of em are white, they should stop the killings though.

Rubylicious said...

Nigerians are full of talk and no action.



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Unknown said...

Very good

Unknown said...

Very good! How I wish we could do same in Nigeria, but we are very indecisive.

Iam_Anne10 said...

Smh for this country.

Unknown said...

It's until they wipe out the Nigerian population in SA before we act, this country ehn. God help us

kucoobaroo said...

its easy for y'all to sit in the comfort of your houses and pass judgement against others. has it occured to y'all that the people committing these crimes are mostly illiterates. They are all ignorant.And Malawi just proved how ignorant and uneducated they are with this move. you dont fight fire with fire, it will just keep on destroying shit.

B Ud said...

This should be us. we really need to take this kind of action. it is possible. The government has to make this happen!!!

Anonymous said...

this form of boycott will affect the indigenes more. i think in the case of Nigeria we can boycott all imported products from south Africa. such as toyota, beverages and food items from SA.

jaymin said...

like you...mtcheew

xavier said...

They should let bye gone be bye gone! This is'nt the solution, it's like inciting another violence by Malawians against SA owned companies and their Nationals! #mY2CenTs

kizment said...

Nigeria be wise.

Debbie Chelsea said...

I just love dis news......

Anonymous said...

Until they kill 99% of Nigerians in South Africa before Nigeria will do something. Yeye government. Smtcheew

kizment said...

Not a good idea

knowurway.com said...

Nice move, I just tired for GEJ, Government. This is what GEJ Government suppose to do since!

Unknown said...

Omg, why Gej no do same na,haba dis xenophobia affects some Nigerians na

Anonymous said...

See good govt;south africa need to be thought a lesson.arrogant beast like them.i hate them

Unknown said...

I tell you, full of talk & no action. I bet their government would act immediately we try it in Nigeria bcos dey know what dey would lose in a day. Linda take note!

Unknown said...

I tell you, full of talk & no action. I bet their government would act immediately we try it in Nigeria bcos dey know what dey would lose in a day. Linda take note!

Unknown said...

Thumbs up to them. Xenophobic attack is not the right way to go for South Africans.

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Anonymous said...

Yes I support, Fashola for FCT minister

Subomi said...

Government need to handle this asap, it could escalate

Anonymous said...

Shame on those of u who claimed that Mandela was the greatest African. Mandela did not prepare his people for life after apartheid. Awolowo certainly did that 4 his people. Awolowo's ppl are better off than South African blacks. Shame! shame! Shame on all of u.

Unknown said...

Its a step towards solution.


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Unknown said...

Second chance. Dis is display of not b brotherhood practice into play, and paying back for wht happened. Dis is so bad.

Unknown said...

Now am waiting for my Nigeria to follow suit.

Linda cogitate

boladale said...

Is that not what I have been saying, but because of our selfishness that some Nigerians are working in MTN, Shoprite etc, we should not do black Saturday.

At least most of us have more than two lines, let us switched off our MTN lines.

Unknown said...

And some of us in nigeria are still subscribing 15,000 every month for dstv recharging our mtn lines instead of recharging glo or other network, and going for shopping at shoprite as if no nigerian own supermarket, that's why they are still killing nigerians like fowl mtewww!!!

Unknown said...

@ judith shey na wt GEJ present condition u expect am 2 make any move??

Unknown said...

Wat is Nigeria waiting kwanu

Anonymous said...

Help me tell them o. It's not the Blacks that owes these stores. It's the white,

Anonymous said...

We are natives of FCT. Why not a native for minister in abuja? You think only yorubas claim "indegene" in Nigeria. A GWARI MAN FOR FCT MINISTER!

Unknown said...

If our govt can take dis bold step I bet u, no african infant country in d world will dear mess up with Nigerian citizen. Giant of african no bi by mouth ooooo. GOD BLESS NIGERIA

Unknown said...

South Africa misbehaving and other countries trying to call them to order

Unknown said...

Naija I hail o, wen r we going 2 turn our talk into actions? Let's act fast abeg, Malawians v laid a gud example 4 us, let's follow dem

Walata said...

From ur comment it showed how illiterate u are, I bet if ur brother had lost 10m or if they ve killed ur brother, then u won't talk dis rubbish you typed here ewu like u

Anonymous said...

Royal p....cnt u type correctly!? ur alllllways making stupid errors!!! Abi u b olodo dullard ni? Ah!

optimisticlady said...

Heard a south African on tv blaming his govt for not curbing....wait for it....
Illegal migration.!
Just that.....
.....

Unknown said...

We really need to do same ASAP. Malawi has started, soon other countries will follow suit. Before long, the whole of African continent and even the world at large, will come to hate South Africa. They (S.A) obviously don't know the consequences of what they are doing right now.



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Juleslouis said...

Wow! I thought ds xenophobia thingy has ended already?

Unknown said...

Tit for tat ni, excuse me! no hard feeling.

Unknown said...

Let's do same.

Unknown said...

Nigerians no dey carry last.


PazBay.

Anonymous said...

Nna eeeh, look at soo many business these umu south destroyiri mu. Nna eeh. I don tire for my naija. Nna eeh make we go burn Shoprite, pep, games. Gej nna eeh I tire for u oh

Unknown said...

Yea thats a peaceful way to negotiate! Not by killing southafricans in the country

Unknown said...

ABEEG WHY CANT NIGERIA DO THE SAME THING THE LIKES OF MTN,DSTV AND OTHERS SHOULD BE CLOSED DOWN

Unknown said...

More action and less talk

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Anonymous said...

Even d bible says "Wisdom is Profitable to the direct"....I fink Naija shud ask for compensation in millions of dollar or increase d tax rate of south African owned companies in Naija and a law shud also b made dt no body's salary shud b cut short...

#NanaPearl#

Anonymous said...

@ary, you spoke my word! The only time there is unanimous agreement, it's always tribal or condemnation. This approach Malawians is the best ever! No violence, no raining of curses, just a subtle reaction which is usually more effective.

BrendaN

Anonymous said...

You should all shutup about nigerian government not acting. Are ordinary nigerians doing anything? If the nigerian people stand their ground and fight for their brothers and sister; then the government will be forced to do something. Idiots just sitting in front of computer typing stupid things like "linda observe", "this government self. mtcheww". Idiots. Like lagbaja said 200 million mumus.

Effects said...

In support of #NanaPearl#

Anonymous said...

Anonymous 241pm...... See a pot calling a kettle black!

Anonymous said...

Who is Nigeria? YOU are Nigeria, not the government. If you don't patronize their services or renew your TV subscription next month, then you are making a statement. You can't keep patronizing them and be complaining, that's hypocrisy.

Anonymous said...

Weldone mtn n multuchoice. Very expensive choices we make.

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