Operation Dudula which is being led by Nhlanhla Lux, has been the talk of the town for the past few months. A twitter has posted on his Twitter account, saying that Operation Dudula creates new policies as it goes. He said one day they are a security company, next they are law enforcer, next they are customs and home affairs and next day they are economists. He further said that next year will formally register as a political party and it's possible.
Social media however said that Operation Dudula is not limited through a single political manifesto for five years like political parties. He added that Operation Dudula can be broad as it wants , and it's called democracy.
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