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EEF Swaziland calls for arrest of Prime Minister for breaching COVID-19 regulations?

Monday, 13th April, 2020

 

MANZINI: Newly formed political party tries and fails to open a case against Prime Minister Ambrose Dlamini

The Economic Freedom Fighters of Swaziland (EFFSWA) had intended to open a case against Prime Minister Ambrose Dlamini for violating the Coronavirus Regulations, 2020, however they were unsuccessful but instead were referred to the National Commissioner, the Swaziland news learnt through a statement that was released by the party.

On Monday, the EFFSWA President Ncamiso Ngcamphalala  approached the Manzini Police Station attempting to opening a case against Prime Minister Ambrose Dlamini together with Minister of Home Affairs Princes Lindiwe and Bishop Samson Hlatjwako for violating the Coronavirus Regulations, 2020. The EFFSWA alleged that the trio was part of the Easter Services that lasted for more than two hours and distributing food which is against the regulations. 

“We wish to state that our attempt have failed, instead we were referred to the Regional Commander in a discussion that took more than one hour. At first it was promising until the end of the meeting, in which after the commander’s various phone calls were referred to the National Commissioner in an appointment that should be tomorrow by 11 am,” read the EFF statement.

Reached for comment, the EFFSWA president confirm the meeting and knowledge of the statement and further disclosed that he does not intend to attend the meeting with the National Commissioner because opening the case has nothing to do with him.

EEF Swaziland calls for arrest of Prime Minister for breaching COVID-19 regulations?
EFF Swaziland President Ncamiso Ngcamphalala