The persistent demand to shut down Illegal businesses own by foreign nationals is gradually coming to fruition. This is coming few months after different pressure groups started a campaign to close every unlicensed businesses own by illegal immigrants.
Many claim that this business owners sell adulterated products to South African while others said that some of the Spaza shops are stocked with expired products.
However, a South African man whose name is Mike Ramothwala on Twitter has taken to his social media handle to express his heart felt joy after a Somalian Spaza shop owner decided to shut it down due to fear of being raided by angry patriots.
He commended the decision of the Somalian as he acknowledged that South Africans are reclaiming their villages back from the stronghold of foreign nationals.
He added that such action is necessary considering the high rate of unemployment, while insisting that foreigners should not be allowed to set up small businesses which local citizens are meant to sustain themselves with.
In his words, he said:
"We are reclaiming back our village economy, the Somalian up the road has closed his shop, politically this makes me very happy because with our high unemployment we can’t allow foreigners to come and run our Spaza shops."
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