Owerri Zuma Statue – South Africans Fumes, Blasts Okorocha

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South Africans have reacted to the erected statue of President Jacob Zuma of South Africa by Imo State governor, Rochas Owelle Okorocha.

They took to their social media to lash out their anger on the governor for honouring a man who is facing over 700 cases of corruption charges in his home country.

Most of them insinuated that Nigerians wanted a free pass to import drugs and illegal people into their country, hence the statue.

Below are some of the comments…

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Papiki Noko Mphalaborwa says: That is an awesome strategy by Nigeria to unveil the showerhead statue. They want a free pass to import drugs and illegal people into our country

Klass Happy Marobola says: Even top criminials respect Zuma for his crooked ways.

Charles Ernest Doller says: Too many drugs that killing our south Africa and shame on Zuma for his honour with this corruption 782 or maybe more during 2017.

Lisa Shosha says: Can they take him and make him a permanent resident.

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Phiri James Gordon says: The most corrupt country in the world honours one of their own.

Antonella Di Cicco says: Stop wasting your money on Nonsense and feed your people.

Dudley wells says: Isn’t that the state where all the drug dealers come from? They are honoring him for protecting the trade.

Leon Barries Bernard says: Why don’t they just take Zuma , we will donate him to Nigeria with a year’s supply of pap en vleis.

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Ehiscuttie Craig says: He was not honoured by Nigeria, he was honoured by a state that are known for drugs dealings all over the world.

Muzi Nsibande says: The most corrupt president in the African continent is honoured with a bronze statue in one of Africa’s most corrupt country Nigeria.
Via Oriental Times!

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