Some South African people are yet to understand the drastic effect of allowing foreigners have a say in our decision making, especially during election.
Even at a time when people are complaining that they have been disenfranchised by Immigrants who interfere in our electoral processes, some persons are still encouraging foreigners to dabble into our local politics.
A South African man known as Lerato Pillay on Twitter has shaken the table after he made a comment that didn't go down well with so many South African people.
According to his exact statement on Twitter:
"Dear Nigerians and Zimbabweans don't forget to vote for the president of Africa and his political party during the local government elections"
His statement has raised so much controversy and many South Africans are not happy with his utterances as they wonder why a citizen would want a foreigner to interfere in their electoral process.
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