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Turkish Man breaks his silence over illegal Foreigners in SA, this will leave you in shock

The misunderstanding that now exists between South Africans and new nationals residing in their country has not yet been resolved since the various parties have not yet given each other an ear to listen to their perspectives.

We should all keep in mind that South Africans, as part of the planned gathering of action dudula and Put South Africa First, have been persistently demanding an end to the uncontrolled surge of outcasts from other African countries into South Africa. This is something that we all should keep in mind.

In an effort to register their dissatisfaction with the public power of South Africa, there have been conflicts fought around the country in a variety of different regions.

Regardless, a Turkish guy who uses the Twitter handle @Mehmet has expressed his distress at the treatment that has been directed on pariahs who reside in South Africa. Mr. Mehmet was concerned about the fact that illegal pariahs who had been residing in South Africa were leaving the country and going back to their respective places of origin since there is no longer an option for them in South Africa.

He voiced his objection to the fact that illegal pioneers are harassed and fired from their places of employment and businesses because to their development status.

As evidenced by the pronouncements of Mehmet on Twitter, which examines the following:

"Unlawful Foreigners who live in South Africa will eventually return, since there is no expectation for them to continue living in South Africa," given that there is no assumption for them to continue living in South Africa.

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https://twitter.com/Mehmetvefadag/status/1518046789944983553?t=X1e7hWws_53LgwRyBikzpA&s=19

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