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No More Space For Illegal Activities In Johannesburg|| See What Metro Police Are Now Doing

The issue of the illegal immigrants in this country has destroyed this country, and at times it is even difficult to understand how did the people of South Africa allow such lawlessness to take place in the country for so many years by illegal immigrants. These people have come to this country and all of a sudden they have more rights to do and say anything that they like more than what South Africans are allowed to do. It's like South Africa has been operating without law officials.

But now things are changing for the best. Even though at times it looks like the progress is slow or no progress at all. This is all thanks to South Africans who have ensured that they raise awareness about the presence of illegal immigrants in the country and the kind of things that they do in this country.

We know that the most congested area with illegal immigrants is Johannesburg and we have seen how the city of Johannesburg is now working hard to ensure that they enforce the city laws, and we know that this is something they were supposed to do a long time ago but for some reasons, they are only doing it now while these illegal foreigners have already settled in.

The metro police can be seen as they remove all the shacks on the sidewalks and wooden doors being confiscated as they conduct operations clean up. Johannesburg has been a dirty city for a long time and it is now about time that they reclaim the city from all these illegal immigrants doing as they please in this country. Many people are shocked that this is how Johannesburg looks and worse of it is that these shacks were erected on the sidewalks.

The ANC government has destroyed this country and it is about time that the people of this country give the ANC a grace period of five years, to go and think about all the bad things they have done in this country. The people can't even wait for 2024, they feel like it is too far.

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