Amadudula rally behind Nhlanhla Lux following his arrest

#OperationDudula is trending on social media following Operational Dudula and Soweto Parliament leader, Nhlanhla Lux’s arrest yesterday.

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Supporters of the civic movement have rallied behind Nhlanhla Lux and demand for his release. Patriotic Alliance’s Deputy President Kenny Kunene held was interviewed and shared his thoughts.

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“We have requested that he must be in a single cell. Last night he was with people that he doesn’t know. They put an illegal foreigner in his cell, one police said they must take him out. We know what happens in police custodies. We have agreed with the police that his mother will be the only one that will give him food,” he said Kunene on ENCA.

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