General News of Saturday, 7 September 2019
ExLA group has called on the South African High Commissioner to Ghana, Lulu Xingwana to apologise for saying African leaders should create jobs so their citizens won’t have to travel for greener pastures.
Lulu Xingwana, is reported to have said African leaders must generate opportunities for their people so they do not become victims in a foreign land in their quest to look for jobs.
“All of our countries must create jobs and opportunities for their people so that we don’t all flock to one country because that one country would not be able to cope” she stated.
Meanwhile, the group in a statement has demanded that the High Commissioner retracts her statement and render an unqualified apology to the general public.
“Requesting your office to call Madam Lulu Xingwana to come clean on her statement and render an unqualified apology to the people of our continent and assure African nationals that the government of South Africa is obliged under international laws and protocol to protect not only South African citizens but any human being who sojourn to that country”.
Read the full statement below