A corrupt immigration officer at the Beitbrigde border post was found red handed accepting hush money prior to stepping passports.
In the video, the immigration officer was seen taking cash from explorers frantic for their passports to be stepped. He immediately concealed the cash under his book prior to stepping the passports.
The camera looks like was it concealed in the room without the immigration officer knowing as it catches him accepting hush money from numerous explorers.
This is the very thing that home undertakings serve, Aaron Motsoaledi has been bemoaning that some immigration authorities are empowering the convergence of undocumented migrants in the country as they continue to accept hush money from them.
Despite the fact that the authority was seen taking cash from the individuals who believed their passports should be stepped, it is said that some without passports are likewise sneaked in subsequent to paying off the corrupt immigration officers who work connected at the hip with carriers conveying those without appropriate documentation.
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