By Odumodu Gbulagu
The word Xenophobia came from “Xenos” meaning STRANGE or FOREIGN; and “Phobos” meaning FEAR.
Xenophobia can be then defined as deep rooted fears and hatred towards foreigners.
South Africa is now the world’s headquarters of Xenophobia.
The way and manner they became prejudiced against the people that liberated them from apartheid is still very surprising.
They kill, maim and discriminate against fellow African immigrants with such joy that even women and children are involved in the killings, and they oftentimes sing and watch while their likes are being stoned to death.
The pictures and videos are often gory sights.