The people and government of South Africa has been making frantic effort to deal with uncontrollable influx of foreign nationals into South Africa and this could be seen in the latest social media campaign and peaceful protest happening across the nation in recent times.
Many South Africans claim that foreign nationals are part of the factors contributing to growing unemployment and insecurity ravaging the country.
In an emerging report, a South African man who goes by the name Prokoreur General on Twitter has suggested how best to handle the issue of illegal immigration. He claimed that the South African government can be able to deal with Somalians, Ethiopians, Nigerians and other nationalities if Zimbabwean nationals are first deported back to their home country.
Prokoreur General argued that the eviction of Zimbabwean nationals will restore stability and have our population dynamics in checks.
According to his exact words on Twitter:
"If All Zimbabweans are Deported back to Zimbabwe, It will be possible to deal with Somalis in Port Elizabeth, Ethiopians who All over the place, Nigerians etc. We can restore some stability and have our Population Dynamics in Check".
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