A South African national and a member Operation Dudula putting South Africans first said in his Twitter account @21_Be_Positive that “ Here are Nigerians Threatening South Africans in South Africa. All people you see on the video are not South Africans. Over 4 million Nigerians live in South Africa illegally.
Source and Link : @21_Be_Positive Twitter account.In this video what really caused the chaos between operation Dudula and Nigerians in Jo'burg was Dudula members came to check their documents to check if there in South Africa Legally. Following what happened this week in yeoville market which was burnt down and every one was pointing accusing finger on the Movement because of their earlier move against employment of foreign national instead of South Africans.
After the Movement shut the market following the market burning on Monday and most business owners there are Nigerians. The Nigerians was in one shopping center in Devilliers when the alleged movement came even the police was slighted in the Scene but Non of them was afraid.
Opinion: some Nigerians in South Africa may not be in the country illegally. We all know some lost they means of livelihood when the market burned.
Below are the Comments of South Africans who saw the video on the Twitter.
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