Gayton Mackenzie is supporting the work of Xolani Khumalo in combating crime in South Africa, and he has been doing a great job so far. However, the host of the Sizok’thola show, Khumalo of Moja Love, who exposes drug cartels and syndicates, who are mostly Nigerian drug lords,is now reported to be living in constant fear of being assassinated after getting death threats from anonymous drug dealers.
That it could come from the cartels he has been disrupting and arresting. He even went to place that were feared by people who are from South Africa, and they were not able to live in that area freely because of drug dealers in the area. How do you fear other people in your own country and when you can’t visit a place that is in your own country?
What is the constitution of South Africa’s obligation to defend the people who are South Africans? Does the law protect citizens or non-citizens? Those are the questions that people have been asking themselves because it does not look like South African law enforcement is dealing with anything above the law very well.
With Gayton having to support Khumalo, that is a huge impact he has to the country, and he made it clear how he feels about crime and iligal foreigners in the country. It can’t be that when you check the news around the world, people are complaining about the same people over and over again. It does not mean that if you get to find people who are committing crime in South Africa, the majority is part of it.
There are only a certain number of them, but it is not easy to have a total number of people who are committing crimes because they are always hiding themselves. They cannot be exposed as much as they don’t want Xolani to continue disrupting them from their illegitimate activities around the country. It becomes sad when you work around the towns and see South Africans who are using drugs.
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