Recent events in South Africa can be traced back to the thembisa people, who staged a violent protest that resulted in the deaths of both innocent and guilty persons, as well as the damage of both public and private property, including homes, schools, cars, and businesses.
Many illegal foreigners do not travel to South Africa in search of a home or workz; rather, they come to the country to do awful things for money, before returning to their home country to enjoy themselves once they have made their fortune.
A reliable news source revealed today that a Nigerian guy had been arrested in the city of Polokwane's bender for allegedly manufacturing a variety of dangerous narcotics. There was a "Nigerian terrorist" who was caught in Bendor, Polokwane city, for making the drugs Nyaope and Crystal Meth in a room he rented on a monthly basis, according to the news.
On Saturday, August 6, 2022, police allegedly apprehended a guy from Nigeria and found drug-making equipment, packing, and what may have been dust or powder packed in plastic.
Many people have commented on this news, with some calling for the immediate arrest and deportation of the Nigerian guy and others urging the authorities to also arrest others who are purchasing his products.
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