Nichole, the daughter of veteran Nollywood actor Richard Mofe-Damijo popularly known as RMD, has recounted a painful ordeal.
This comes after someone shared an experience of being deprived of a job because he was a Nigerian.
According to the Twitter user, a friend was going to recommend him for a consulting role in Eswatini, but it didn’t fly because he was a Nigerian.
The Twitter user said there are issues people are quietly keeping in the dark but don’t talk about in the open, noting that Nigerians are not loved across Africa but are feared.
This claim of the wrong perception about Nigerians is unarguably related to the crimes and fraud perpetrated by young people.
The tweet read: “A friend was going to recommend me for a consulting role in Eswatini but because I am Nigerian it didn’t fly. These are issues people quietly keep in the dark but don’t talk about in the open. Nigerians are not loved across Africa. They’re feared and maybe respected but not loved”.
Reacting to the tweet, RMD’s daughter Nichole recounted how she and others were removed from a project after the kickoff for being a Nigerian.
@Nicho0le wrote: “We were removed from a project after kickoff in Africa’s “best” country for being Nigerian”.