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Sammie Okposo, Frank Edwards and other Gospel Artists react to Xenophobic attacks in South Africa

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Following the spate of attacks on foreign nationals, especially Nigerians in South Africa by black South Africans, major Nigerian gospel artists have come out to condemn the act, calling it an “Evil Act” and asking fans to pray for peace in both Nigeria and South Africa.

In a post on Instagram, Frank Edwards calls on fans to pray for the safety of foreign nationals in South Africa.

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Sammie Okposo Stated in an Instagram post that Africans are not foreigners in an African country and he called on the government of South Africa and Nigeria to find a lasting solution to this long-standing issues.

Worship Leader Mairo Ese further calls on the Nigerian and South African government to educate their people on the ill on Xenophobia.

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