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Yes, critical Queen must be airlifted back to eSwatini, be treated at Mbabane Government hospital.

Monday, 7th February, 2022

As Queen Mother Ntombi Tfwala fights for her life, the protest organized by Swazis through the United Eswatini Diaspora, at the NetCare Hospital should be a lesson even to King Mswati that to everything, there’s an ending.

Swazis protested at the South African Hospital demanding that the Queen be airlifted back to Swaziland for medical treatment.

At the time of compiling this report, the United Eswatini Diaspora was lobbying other organizations like COSATU and NEHAWU to participate in another mass protest tomorrow(Tuesday) that seeks to lobby doctors and nurses at the NetCare Hospital not to treat the Queen, what a sad ending to the life of a woman who was driven in a  Rolls Royce in a country with about 70% of the population living below the poverty line.

In this country, the health system has collapsed and whenever citizens protest, demanding their rights, Mswati and his mother Ntombi unleashes the police and soldiers to shoot and kill them.

Now, a whole Queen is being embarrassed in another country, because she destroyed the health system in her own country.

Swazis both inside and outside Swaziland must continue not to treat these monsters with kids gloves, even in their hospital beds, they must be ridiculed and shamed for killing civilians and our institutions.

As we wait for the sad news, those who are supporting this regime that continues to oppress the people, must learn that to everything, there’s an ending.

Even Mswati’s day will come and Swazis might give him a protest as a send-off.

Swazis have been very kind to the Monarchy but instead of improving their lives, Mswati and his mother opted to oppress the people while they live a lavish lifestyle.

Yes, critical Queen must be airlifted back to eSwatini, be treated at Mbabane Government hospital.
King’s jet that transported the Queen mother to South Africa for medical treatment.