South African activist Nhlanhla Lux Dlamini, through his foundation, plans to root out drugs in schools this year, be warned!
NHLANHLA LUX TO VISIT SCHOOLS WITH DRUG PROBLEM
The reopening of school does not only translate to teaching and learning but an easy entry to illicit weapons and drugs by a few rotten apples.
In an effort to clamp down on drugs and dangerous weapons, the Nhlanhla Lux Foundation has indicated that it will be joined by its qualified K9 unit to sniff out all illicit substances.
DRUGS TO BE SNIFFED BY THE FOUNDATION’S DOGS
“Amongst other services, our fully qualified K9 unit will be going into random public facilities including schools to sniff out guns, drugs, knives etc.”
He warned that students found with drugs or guns will be arrested.
“We are not going to allow criminals hiding behind school uniforms to mess up the future of real students,” said Lux.
“You can never bribe a dog to act like it didn’t find drugs lol woof woof ayeye,” he added.
With the Nhlanhla Lux Foundation aiming to make a difference one community at a time to make South Africa great again, the scope of this project aims to reach every corner of this country.
“Inbox me names of gangsters or drug-infested schools, we operate in all 9 provinces of SA,” he encouraged.
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ACTIVIST THAT CARES ABOUT THE FUTURE OF SOUTH AFRICA
Lux is no stranger to putting the interests of the country first. In the 2021 July unrest and looting, Lux and some patriots in Soweto defended the remaining shopping centres from elements of criminality.
He camped day and night in strategic positions as a human barrier preventing looters from destroying the remaining facilities in the township.
This is a developing story.
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