Nhlanhla Lux, a co-leader of the operation dudula and put South Africans first movement left his followers and supporters in amazement. This was unlike his normal speech concerning how undocumented migrants should be eradicated from the country. Unlike Nhlanhla Lux, anytime he storms social media platforms, his words are only to stir up the minds of South Africans against foreign nationals.
About what he wrote on his Twitter handle, he encouraged South African parents to emulate the habit of encouraging their children in studying books. He advised South African parents to create a little library for their kids. He wrote. “Let's encourage our youth to read, encourage your children to collect and own their books. Help them safe keep their collection & build them a small home library when you can. This is a timeless contribution towards your family because your kids/grandkids will inherit books.”
After Nhlanhla Lux released this tweet, numerous South Africans were forced to inquire if he has suddenly quite his struggle to fight against undocumented migration in South Africa. Tongues were wagging under the comment section of his tweet.
Regarding some reactions received concerning Nhlanhla Lux tweet, some were supporting his idea, and others opposing it. Some South Africans said that it was very necessary for the youth to read countless books because, it will help them not to be deceived. While others advised him to continue in his actions against foreigners in the country.
Nhlanhla Lux is becoming versatile in his doing. Advising the youth and also the parents to emulate the culture of reading is a great part to start with. A man needs to be educated on what he is about to face, before he goes on to face it. Significantly, youths are supposed to have the flair of studying books, especially those that are based on the history of their country or continent. As it will help them know how they, their tradition and their culture came into existence.
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