The citizens of The Kingdom Of Eswatini are being killed for peacefully protesting. King Mswati III ordered the police to shoot at everyone including school pupils. 13 people died yesterday in the hands of the police. Mswati III has not being seen since the start of the protest, he does not address his people directly.
Swazis are not allowed to vote for a President or a Prime Minister in this tiny Kingdom of eSwatini, only Members of Parliament(MPs) are elected and forced to pay allegiance to King Mswati. As a result, MPs Bacede Mabuza and Mthandeni Dube who demanded democracy on behalf of the people were arrested and subsequently denied bail by the justice system, their arrest came after an order from King Mswati.
Prince Sicalo, the Principal Secretary in the Ministry of Defense secretly crossed the Lomahasha border to Mozambique. Sicalo, a son to King Mswati and Inkhosikati LaMatsebula crossed the border at around 11am on Friday driven and escorted in two white Toyota double cab cars. It has been disclosed that King Mswati’s children are now driven in private rented cars for security reasons so that they cannot be easily noticed by members of the public in the midst of the political tension.
Mcolisi Sgubhu Nyoni and Mphostoli Masilela were shot dead by a police officer merely for rebuking King Mswati’s Throne and the ongoing killing of Swazis by his security forces. The incident happened in the early hours of Sunday at Lomahasha, KaTolo area during the funeral of businessman Peter ‘Peters’ Mashaba’s brother Joshua Mashaba.
King Mswati has deployed soldiers and the police at Lomahasha in the eastern parts of eSwatini as political chaos erupts again. This comes after hundreds of Lomahasha residents marched to Lomahasha police station demanding answers on the matter involving Constable Sehlakalo Dlamini who allegedly shot and killed two residents who were criticising King Mswati at a funeral on Sunday morning.
Lomahasha MP urges citizens to persuade their Parliament representatives to support a motion to oust
Ndumiso Masimula, the Lomahasha Member of Parliament (MP) has urged emaSwati to encourage their MPs in their various Tinkhundla Centres to vote for the amendment of the Constitution in Parliament. Speaking here at Lomahasha during the funeral of Mcolisi ‘Sigubhu’ Nyoni, one of the two residents who were gunned down by a police officer for criticising King Mswati, the MP said change was near and they only needed a majority vote in Parliament in order to amend the Constitution.
MBABANE: Nonhlanhla Dlamini, the Director of the Swaziland Action Group Against Abuse(SWAGAA) said some men are complaining about abuse at the hands of women who forced them to maintain children they never fathered. Speaking to this Swaziland News on Tuesday, Dlamini said men expressed the pain they suffered at the hands of women during their consultation meetings with the public in the various chiefdoms. “Some men are complaining that women abuse them through misrepresentation, forcing them to maintain a