An announcement to this effect was made by a South African media company on its Twitter account (@celegossipZA), which read, "End of the road all foreigner working in Jo'burg. When the police finally gave up, they called in Operation Dudula for assistance.
It is no longer a secret that illegal immigrants in South Africa have been granted a substantial amount of newfound freedom in recent years. because there are absolutely no constraints placed on them in any way. A have no fear whatsoever of anyone, not even those who are responsible for upholding the law. It would appear that they are being given security by the government so long as they continue to remain silent about whatever is taking place.
In spite of the lack of support they received from the government, members of Operation Dudula flew to Johannesburg in order to maintain the fight against illegal immigration and to guarantee that positions in South Africa are filled by citizens of that country. When the police try to arrest anyone, but notably Nigerians, there is usually always a commotion since the individuals aggressively fight being brought into jail. This is especially true of Nigerians. This is something that has occurred in front of our eyes on numerous occasions.
And the same thing happened yesterday in the core business sector of Johannesburg: people were carrying a variety of things with the intention of intimidating the police. On the other hand, Operation Dudula was well received, and some Nigerians said that once members of Dudula visited them, they had no idea what had happened to them.
Source and Link : @celebgossipZA Twitter account.
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