In recent news, the case involving Abdul, an Indian national allegedly involved in facilitating marriages between South African women and Pakistanis, has gained significant attention.
These marriages were driven by financial gain, leaving several young mothers in distress and emotional pain.
The success of these deceitful arrangements can be attributed, in part, to the involvement of women seeking material benefits.
It is reported that at least seven local females became entangled in these fraudulent marriages, hoping for stability and security but ultimately experiencing the harsh reality of their misplaced trust in pursuit of personal gain.
“Kwerekwere” and “my friend “ ( Pakistani) are a parody of what some citizens think non citizens say. Kwerekwere being more derogatory because it’s supposedly the noises they make when they speak their languages.
— Rosepearl (@misssibiyapearl) July 3, 2023
Abdul has refused to say who his friends are who were involved in this scandal, which has made things even worse for the families who were hurt.
They are still in danger and don’t have any answers.
This shows how bad it is to try to get money quickly, since it hurts both the people who do it and the people whose lives are hurt by the fallout.
they're very brave nabo for trusting a man named Abdul 😭, i know a lady that still goes by Mohammeds surname ende Mohammeds wa teng disappeared after they got married #SkhipaAmafiles
— Fey (@_FentseM) July 2, 2023
Tonight on #SkhiphaAmafiles
A group of women was illegally married to foreign nationals by Abdul. Life hasn't been easy for them because of that decision pic.twitter.com/jYfQodzGWs
— MojaLoveTv DStv Channel 157 (@MojaLoveTv) July 2, 2023
These events raise important questions about our immigration policies and how vulnerable our country might be to criminals who make money through fraud.
— Mbaliyezwe Ndlela (@mbali_ndlela) July 2, 2023
They also worry about how relationships are valued and stress the need to focus on real connections based on loyalty, compassion, and shared goals instead of just looking for ways to make money.