South Africans are currently overwhelmed by the growing number of immigrants in our country within the last ten years. This has led to increased crime rate and scarcity of employment opportunities in the country.
This tense situation has resulted to the constant demand for the repatriation of foreign nationals back to their home country.
Meanwhile, one of the pioneers of campaign against illegal immigration in South Africa, Mr Gayton Mckenzie. He's been on the news for some time now due to his call for the prioritization of South African citizens and deportation of Illegal immigrants.
He just dropped another controversial statement on Twitter and many immigrants are not happy about it.
His statement is coming after it was speculated that foreigners are taking up key job positions in most sectors of our economy, while citizens are left with little or nothing to survive on.
According to Gayton Mckenzie's statement on Twitter and it reads:
"South African children will one day become domestic workers in Zimbabwe and Somalia if we don’t wake up."
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