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Blame African Leaders For Chinese Inhuman Treatment Of Black People –Prof Bolaji Akinyemi

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Prof Bolaji Akinyemi, a former Director-General of the Nigerian Institute of International Affairs, Lagos, has said African leaders deserve to be blamed for the rising cases of inhumanity suffered by black people in China.

Akinyemi, who was also the Minister of External Affairs under the regime of General Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida, said he was upset about the videos depicting brutality against blacks in the country.

Akinyemi, in an interview with ThisDay, said, “I saw a video that showed a Chinese man with his hands around the breasts of two naked African girls. These girls are about the age of 10 or 12. To me, as a black man, I found it very insulting. 


“So, I have concluded that though there is a propaganda war going on between China and the United States for the minds and souls of Africa, the Chinese behaviour has become very appalling.

“Let the Chinese deny that they are not discriminating against Nigerians, Africans or black people in their country. Let the Chinese deny that they are not giving loans to African countries, knowing that they cannot repay. Let the Chinese deny that they are not taking over the running of airports and the running of police forces in East Africa. Let the Chinese deny that they have not adopted racist policies in what I have considered the recolonisation of Africa in the 21st century.

“This, to me, is appalling. All these things are, to me, unacceptable. African leaders must unite against it.

“However, I know African leaders are to be blamed because nobody is forcing them to put their countries in these situations. Nobody is forcing them to allow the Chinese to establish colonies in Africa. Even in Nigeria here, there are Chinese towns all over. There are Chinese, who are even involved in some of our local markets. This is not American propaganda.”

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