South Africa is loosing great talents on a daily basis due to the ruthless activities of foreign nationals resident in our country.
Over the last fifteen years, South Africa had faced serious security challenges orchestrated by foreigners who engage in various illegal activities in our nation.
Just yesterday, residents of Rustenburg were thrown into serious mourning after it was discovered that a young man who was said to be around 17 years old was gruesomely murdered.
The young man was tied to a barricade situated close to criminal investigation department building and shot multiple times.
Preliminary investigation revealed that he was killed by Nigerian Drug cartels after he was accused of stashing drugs belonging to these Nigerians.
South African police are still working round the clock to unravel the circumstances surrounding the death of these young man.
This was contained in a statement released by Tsona via her Twitter handle and it reads:
"17 year old young man was brutally murdered by nigerians drug dealers this morning in rustenburg town near criminal investigation department building.He was accused of stashing out drugs belonging to nigerians dealers."
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