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"Can SAPS Join Them In US Soil" Mzansi Boils As US Law Enforcement Nabs Nigerian Mafia In Cape Town

"Can SAPS Join Them In US Soil" Mzansi Boils As US Law Enforcement Nabs Nigerian Mafia In Cape Town.

Just about 24 hours ago, South Africans were awaken to a fresh reports of arrests made within our soil by the Hawks in collaboration with United States Law Enforcement agents.

According too the news made viral by South African investigative journalist for the Times Live news company, Aron Hyman, Hawks and US law enforcement arrested leadership of Nigerian Mafia in Cape Town in a massive operation at dawn yesterday.

That's not all, exclusive information revealed that 6 leaders, including the founder, of the Black Axe aka Neo Black Movement of Africa Cape Town Zone were among the arrested.

The news has since brought so much joy to many who have trooped into the post lamenting how parts of Cape Town has been overrun by drug dealers and also foreigners who traffic young and underaged South African girls.

However, a section of the comments have people furious as Mzansi Boils as US Law enforcement agents nabs Nigerian Mafia in Cape Town. Most saying the international agents are making the South African police force look weak and that they're taking over our lands.

But many believe that this Joint operation helps curb the criminal organisation involved in some hectic stuff that affect alot of countries, if they were not being dealt it would put many countries in danger, hence the reason why mafias are mostly dealt with by only US law enforcement which has the resources to track these people down.

On the other hand many do not understand that many are misunderstanding the real danger which is letting these cults and mafia grow large with being in check. Can break the nation in bits. Here are a few reactions below;

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