Chief minister of the Awaiting The Second Coming Of Jesus Christ Gospel Church, Adewale Giwa has spoke to President Muhammadu Buhari to extend to casualties of xenophobia programmed employment opportunities with the end goal of making life agreeable for them while in Nigeria.
In an announcement marked and made accessible to DAILY POST on Monday, the pastor said the signal would go far to empower different Nigerians in South Africa who were yet to make up their psyches.
Around 400 Nigerians are said to have come back to the nation following the Federal Government’s order that all casualties of xenophobia are allowed to return.
Notwithstanding, Giwa stated, “The Federal government driven by President Muhammadu Buhari should please extend to programmed employment opportunities to every one of the casualties of xenophobia in South Africa.
“You can’t simply request that somebody get back home without ensuring that they have something unmistakable to do to nourish their relatives.
“We as a whole realize that this legislature is as yet attempting to give occupations to the individuals at home, yet the instance of our kin in South Africa ought to be dealt with as needs be.
“I am speaking to the government to satisfy them. Those with instructive capabilities ought to be given programmed occupations while the individuals who don’t have accreditations ought to be engaged.
“The world is watching and holding on to perceive how the legislature would remunerate them.”