The group which has been spearheading the agitation for the repatriation of foreign nationals has gained a nationwide acceptance and it is still expanding its branches across the country in a bid to convince more citizens to join the movement.
However, foreign nationals and South Africans affected by the group's activities has shown displeasure over the steady growth enjoyed by the group.
A South African man known as Andza on Twitter has taken to the micro blogging platform to criticize members of operation dudula. He said it is very easy for South Africans to fall for Operation dudula without dictating their lies if they don't follow international politics.
He further accused operation dudula of targeting the weak to gain power.
According to Andza's exact statement on Twitter and it reads:
"I think it's easy to fall for operation dudula if you don't follow international politics and see it's all lies. They target the weak to gain power".
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