Keeping It Real With Adeola - 256 (African Students Face Racist Attacks In India)


This week on Keeping It Real, Nigerian students are accused of killing and eating a missing teenager who later returned home. The boy unfortunately died at the hospital of suspected drug overdose. Meanwhile, African students are attacked and beaten up by mobs.


In South Sudan, 4,000 people now flee the country everyday, due to the ongoing civil war.

        

In Cameroon, it is now more than two months since President Paul Biya shut down the internet in the southern part of the country.

In Ethiopia, 16 opposition members now face jail time for trying to create Oromo State.

The government of Rwanda withdraws from the African Court on Human and People's Rights.
Individuals are also no longer allowed to sue the government at the court.

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  1. I wonder what these Indians believe of themselves ?? ��

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  2. What on hearth is going on with Nigeria, all our leaders are aware of this and it is the 1st time, yet our governments did not do anything about this,my prayer for them is that their generation will also go through this, cos whatever one sow, one she reap

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  3. Humans like jungle animals do not respect the weak , or the disorganized.
    Black people need to reacquire wisdom, organization which brings power and respect .

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  4. Humans like jungle animals do not respect the weak , or the disorganized.
    Black people need to reacquire wisdom, organization which brings power and respect .

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  5. Until Nigerians rise from their docility, our government and people from other parts of the world will continue to maltreat us. You don't expect lawmakers and govt officials busy with how to protect their loot to fight for commoners. Why would the one million Indians in Nigeria live in peace when while Nigerians in India are being brutalized like this? Nigerians wake up.

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  6. Hi Adeola, have been trying to reach you. Please you can contact me on 08066436686.

    Am keeping it real with Adeola.

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