According to the information provided by our source, these four illegal aliens were apprehended while robbing individuals of their money and taking mobile phones. It is believed that they are involved in the kidnapping of children in the Siyaya neighborhood of Soweto. The community didn't think twice about sending them to an early grave when they decided to make rain stones for their graves.
The locals claim that these individuals have been utilizing their illegal firearms to steal the property of other people. They were able to get away with a number of murders, and the neighborhood became worn out.
The Soweto police arrived too late, and when they did, they discovered that the community had covered everything up. The authorities were required to call for medical assistance, but by the time the paramedics arrived, the victims had already passed away at the scene of the accident.
The Siyaya community has stated that they will perform the action once more if it becomes necessary. They issued an order for any illegal foreigners to leave the region immediately, warning them that they could be the next target.
On the other hand, there are many who are impressed by what the Soweto community accomplished and who want that their own communities could learn from it and implement similar changes.
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