The people of South Africa woke up to a surprising statement made by the Minister of Labour, Mr Thulas Nxesi. The minister warned that it was illegal for the general public to conduct any form of business inspections.
The group had already visited tens of businesses suspected to be selling expired products and hiring illegal immigrants. Though the operation recorded huge successes but the minister claimed it was illegal.
Meanwhile, a South African man known as Majolaii on Twitter has reacted to the minister's statement. He said that the Ministry of Labour should employ more patriotic inspectors who will value their duty, only then will South African population consider what Mckenzie is doing as illegal.
He reminded all that citizens of South Africa still holds the right to dictate what will happen in our nation.
In his words, he said:
"You must tell Ministry of Labour to hire more patriotic inspectors because the things he hired are captured and we will never be told by him what to do. We hold the custodianship of this country, as long as we follow the law, he must fotsek. He was relaxing, anyway he hijacked the initiative.
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