Xenophobia: Nigerias Top FemaleFlutist, Ebele Wants All Nigerians To PAY token To Returnees from South Africa


A  top Nigerian born Female Flutist, Music &Flute Training, Personal Development Coach and Chief executive officer at Ebele's World,Princess Ebele has called on the Federal Government of Nigeria via Mrs  Dabiri-Erewa, the Executive Chairman/CEO, Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM), to ho beyond her current effort and provide an account where al meaningful Nigerians can pay a token in a bid to support those who recently returned from troubled South Africa 




Only this week ,the second batch of 319 returnees left South Africa for Nigeria and many came without any tangible thing from the troubled  South African nation


But in an exclusive interview with WORLD LEADERS, flutist and humanitarian Ebele said " This is the time we have together and show love, the Federal Government cannot do it alone, we well meaningful Nigerians must come with one voice and show love to the returnees, we must have an open account where we can all contribute our token in financial grant , such is practicable in America and other developed nation, it can also happen here and am sure millions of Nigerians are eager to support " she voiced 

She praised President Muhammadu Buhari for giving the detective for Nigerians to be evacuated from South Africa and the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Geoffrey Onyeama for showing leadership.Image result for cerutti osagie story on murphy osualaImage result for cerutti osagie story on murphy osualaImage result for cerutti osagie story on murphy osuala
She also lauded the Chairman of Air Peace airline for volunteering to bring Nigerians home free of charge and appeal to the other rich class to show same love and unity to disadvantageous Nigerians 




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