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EFF Bigwig Breaks his silence over 11 Operation Dudula Cdes death, it will leave you in shock

Finance-related Vusi Khoza, the general secretary of the Freedom Fighters in Kwa-Zulu Natal, has shocked many by revealing the destruction of Operation Dudula members who were in route to the Mpumalanga region.

The cab that was passing 11 Operation Dudula members on their way to Mpumalanga crashed, killing all of them and seriously injuring the driver.

While many are sending messages of condolence, Vusi Khoza give the impression of being unmoved by the tragic occurrence that claimed the lives of eleven Operation Dudula personnel.

"A great deal of foul blood to terrible waste. Trust the African Gods in general. #Ziyakhala, "He stated in a humorous online post.

A couple of clients of an electronic diversion were stunned by Vusi Khoza's appearance and asked him how he could say anything so terrible after 11 people had perished.

Khoza responds by stating that this is the way things are.

"The death of such unfathomable individuals cannot be praised. You can demonstrate improvement, allow Dudulas live longer to assume their role, and continue with your occupation "some said.

Vusi Khoza was reprimanded for boasting about the loss of human life on behalf of the entire association's chair.

It does not appear that EFF and Operating Dudula will resolve their dispute very soon. When Godrich Gardee, the former secretary general of the EFF, was slain in Mpumalanga, a few members of Operation Dudula also cheered and taunted the EFF for their open-ended strategy.

Complementing the death of a human, despite the fact that they are enemies, is not something that should be overlooked in a vote-based society that values the possibility of alliance.

This month, a tremendous quantity of blood has been shed throughout the city. Mpho Moerane, the former leader of the Johannesburg city corridor for the ANC, resigned due to injuries sustained in a car accident.

This has prompted several people to argue that perhaps the roads that continue to save lives should be cleaned.


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