Juliet Ibrahim Shed Tears After Sighting Photos And Videos From Xenophobic Attacks In South Africa

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Ghanaian Nigeria-based actress, Juliet Ibrahim who is a victim of 3 civil wars has lamented over the current xenophobic attacks in South Africa.

According to Juliet Ibrahim in an Instagram post, she is “speechless, traumatized, in pain, tears and confusion” after sighting photos and videos from the xenophobic attacks in South Africa.

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Traumatised Juliet Ibrahim in an Instagram post wrote;

“I have been speechless for days now. As a victim of 3 civil wars I have been traumatized, in pain, tears and confusion cus I know what it feels like to go through what those foreigners are going through in South Africa and currently what’s going on now in Nigeria. Do we have to end up killing and hurting more innocent people to make our point? What happened to using the voice we have as one people to send a message out instead of violence? 
Violence is never the answer! 
Africa must unite. We are one people. We are one country! 
I believe in a United States of Africa but brothers and sisters the mindset and change starts with you and I. 
Those changes starts from right in our homes; the conversations we have with our families, the way we speak to our neighbors, how we interact with our colleagues and employees. It does NOT matter to which Tribe or country I am from, I AM AN AFRICAN. We are AFRICANS.
Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery because none but ourselves can free our minds. #AfricaUnite#LoveNotWar#healtheworld#StopTheHate#AtoastToLife#brotherskeeper#SayNoToXenophobia”.

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I have been speechless for days now. As a victim of 3 civil wars I have been traumatized, in pain, tears and confusion cus I know what it feels like to go through what those foreigners are going through in South Africa and currently what’s going on now in Nigeria. Do we have to end up killing and hurting more innocent people to make our point? What happened to using the voice we have as one people to send a message out instead of violence? Violence is never the answer! Africa must unite. We are one people. We are one country! I believe in a United States of Africa but brothers and sisters the mindset and change starts with you and I. Those changes starts from right in our homes; the conversations we have with our families, the way we speak to our neighbors, how we interact with our colleagues and employees. It does NOT matter to which Tribe or country I am from, I AM AN AFRICAN. We are AFRICANS. Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery because none but ourselves can free our minds. #AfricaUnite #LoveNotWar #healtheworld #StopTheHate #AtoastToLife #brotherskeeper #SayNoToXenophobia

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