Commentary by Esther pleases APN!
The story on mistreatment of African women in Norway, has engaged our readers so much for a number of weeks now. The story tops our chart almost every week.
This shows that people are concerned, and willing to help those suffering, due to cruel partners, who mistreat them for the sake of residence permits.
APN will organise a seminar on this topic, and will involve Norwegian politicians in charge of immigration policies.
The important thing here is to have the laws changed, to favour the black women who gets married to Norwegians.
Esther has taken the issue of mistreatment of women very seriously, and we in APN, are pleased about her contribution!
Here below, she reacts to a white man “Tomia” whose comment has enraged her. Tomia thinks Africans should go back to their countries and fix their problems, but Esther, like many others do think that Africans have the right to move to European countries, just like the white people moved, and still do, to the Continent of Africa.
I dont think these issues of having africans suffering in Norway/Europe amounts to anything.
Let Africans fix their countries, and stop thinking that we whites are their gods or something!
To Tomia R
“You Whites! As in milk?? What do you mean we fix our countries? This has nothing to do with countries, and if you should know we are doing exactly that. We are here to look for a different way to develop our mother Africa, directly contrary to why the Europeans went to Africa and are still doing.
If you are one of those who think you are gods, honey you are so wrong. I have got news for you, we are here to stay and many more are coming and there is no damn thing you can do about it. So just sit down and enjoy the show. We will help the ones suffering because unlike you, we care and love each other.
Many Africans I know here, work and pay taxes even more than the natives, so don’t think I will sit here and listen to crap like yours.
And Mr.Korir, incase you organise any conference to support African women, I would love to attend even if its in Norway. I think you are doing a great job writing about these unspoken stories.
They are both reacting to the story below: Click in and see many other comments and have your say also!
By Korir, African Press in Norway, APN