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Undocumented immigrant nabbed after beating up police officers

From the appearance of things, the situation in South Africa is crumbling from awful to more regrettable. Law requirement specialists are being decreased to not exactly individuals and they can never again execute their legal obligations openly.

A few cases have been accounted for of cops getting assaulted and from the vibe of things, the inhabitants are losing appreciation of the young men dressed in blue. This makes us keep thinking about whether the ideal answer for Cyril Ramaphosa is to get back to the officers from their dormitory to impart discipline on the occupants.

On the 25th of January 2022, a disheartening yet activity stuffed episode was seen in the Gauteng Province. A group of officials were severely assaulted by one male. He was flaunting his battling capacities and the officials were beaten so severely in Johannesburg CBD.

One may be left considering what had paved the way to things getting awful to this degree. A report by the Johannesburg Municipal Police Department explained issues as it was expressed that all the commotion started when the officials mentioned him to place on a cover. That is when damnation broke lose as he denied, became forceful and started attacking the official.

Back up must be called which prompted the suspect ultimately being overwhelmed by the quantity of officials who had amassed on him. It was later on uncovered that the suspect is an undocumented far off public.


The suspect must be taken to the Johannesburg Central police headquarters where he is being kept. When he is charged, he will be set to show up in court.

At the point when the fresh insight about this episode arrived at the country, many denounced the assault on the police as the official was simply circling back to orders on controling the spread of the Covid. In the event that we are to at any point beaten this pandemic, we need to stick to the mandates which our administration is giving out.


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Cyril Ramaphosa Johannesburg Municipal Police Department South Africa


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