South Africa, Social Media - Khoza, the Economic Freedom Fighters' Kwa-Zulu Natal provincial secretary, alarmed many by commending the passing of members of Operation Dudula who were headed to Mpumalanga.
After the taxi moving the 11 members of Operation Dudula crashed, every one of them passed on and the driver was injured. In spite of the overflow of solaces, Vusi Khoza appeared to be determined by the terrible destruction of 11 members of Operation Dudula. "No love lost to terrible trash. Trust the African Gods generally. #Ziyakhala." He tweeted.
Vusi Khoza's remarks incited enmity after the passings of 11 individuals on social media. Furious, Khoza answered, contending that those scrutinizing him have no ability to stop it.
There's no legitimization to be content over the passing of such countless individuals, this is totally disgusting way of behaving. What is your take of this? If it's not too much trouble, leave a remark beneath.
Source : https://twitter.com/vusumuzikhoza/status/1527714460407824384?t=6f082kawYJHFnlrORpXrwg&s=19
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