Operation Dudula leader Nhlanhla Lux Dlamini is gearing up for a big Soweto march that will be taking centre stage on Tuesday, 21 June.
Yesterday, on 15 June, the unapologetic leader indicated that they were planning a march from Soweto to the City.
In conjunction with the residents of Soweto, the lot are planning to march to Mayor Mpho Phalatse’s office in Johannesburg.
THE CAUSE OF THE SOWETO MARCH BY NHLANHLA LUX
Nhlanhla Lux Dlamini, who holds a degree in political science, cited in a tweet that the march is about service delivery.
He thanked his community for rallying behind this cause.
“Thanks to Orlando East for showing us so much love and unity as we get ready for our Soweto service delivery march,” said Lux.
‘The people shall govern’ is a simple philosophy that unites them, said Lux.
Commanders Morning ✊🏿
Thanks to Orlando East for showing us so much love & unity❤️ as we get ready for our SOWETO service delivery march to the JHB Mayor Mpho Phalatse on Tuesday the 21st of June🙏🏾
We are united by a simple philosophy that says: "The People Shall Govern✊🏿" pic.twitter.com/ljJw9vBbMj
— nhlanhlalux (@nhlanhla_lux_) June 15, 2022
SOWETO SERVICE DELIVERY WOES
Lux resorted to making some demands to the mayor following Soweto’s numerous woes such as crime and service delivery.
He recently demanded Phalatse to hand over the budget for Soweto to the people.
“Dear Mpho Phalatse, the time has come to hand over our share of the JHB budget as the people of Soweto. We will handle our own service delivery,” he said.
The time has come to hand over our share of the JHB budget as the people of Soweto.
We will handle our own service delivery, we tired of the incompetence; all contracts servicing Soweto must be given to the pple of Soweto.
The Republic of Soweto ✊🏿
— nhlanhlalux (@nhlanhla_lux_) June 1, 2022
Nhlanhla Lux has devoted himself in fighting the struggles of fellow South Africans who are marginalised because of poor services in his community.
NHLANHLA LUX’S RUN IN WITH THE LAW
In addition, Lux has been arrested for Operation Dudula-related activities. The movement has shaken foreign nationals in the country labelling it Xenophobic.