South Africa is gradually turning to a place of criminality courtesy of foreigners who have been making frantic effort to make money through unlawful means.
In a recent development which happened on Saturday 16 October 2021, members of the Tshwane Metro Police Drug Unit sucessfully arrested a Nigerian man age 30 for dealing and being in possession of drugs in Hammanskraal.
The Tshwane Metropolitan Police Department members got a tip-off from the general public about a white VW polo that was doing deliveries in that area, the vehicle was traced and the suspect was found with heroin (nyaope) and crystal meth with an estimated Street value of close to a hundred thousand Rands hidden inside the bumper of his vehicle.
The man has since been transferred to police custody pending the end of Investigation into the matter.
This is a welcome development and we appreciate the team and community members that are assisting the police to curb the scourge of drugs in our Communities.
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