The nation is still in morning after twenty-two students were found dead from unknown cause during a late night party. But what shocked more people, was the age of the children who attended the party. This goes a long way to show that before they died, their parents had already failed them.
The problem with young people dying in an East London tavern actually led to the Minister of Police saying that young people danced until they died and that the time of death was between 2am and 4am. This comes after many people died in the tavern and the cause of death is being investigated by the police so they can find out what caused the mass deaths.Source: https://twitter.com/mdnnewss/status/1541465814657863686?s=21&t=6ojRwQrEfJhPVPQdnC7NqA
But the police minister also said parents should be very responsible for their children and make sure they set strict rules if necessary. Because the Minister was disappointed and overwhelmed when he saw the young people lost their lives and everything they did there was not for a good cause.
See photos of one of the students who died partying in Enyobeni tavern two days ago;
May the soul of the departed rest in peace and may their family find comfort and strength even in their sad demise. This will also serve as a lesson to all parents and a deterrent to other underage students who plan to follow the same part these victims chose.
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