"Why doesn't Cyril designate him as a minister of the dead? Then someone else could actually serve as minister of police? ". This is one of the reactions following the announcement that Police Minister Bheki Cele will be traveling to the Eastern Cape. Scenery Park is the location of a pub where several young people have died under inexplicable circumstances. Premier Oscar Mabuyane states that they are unable to comprehend what occurred but will wait for the police to complete their investigations.
These remarks demonstrate that countless persons have lost faith in Bheki Cele as Minister of Police. Typically, after Cele visits a scene, nothing happens afterwards. He acts more like a reaction minister than a minister with a crime-fighting strategy. "Please beg the minister of police to give the police room to complete their operational work and to leave the site. He was kicking suspects and entering the crime scene in Rossettenville. He is not a police officer and never was ", remarked a Twitter user.
The events at Enyobeni Tarven
This morning in Enyobeni Tarven, 17 teenage schoolchildren who were reportedly celebrating pens down were found dead, according to reports. Evidently, the proprietor wanted to close, but they were unable to. Supposedly, the proprietor then sprayed something to drive them out. Unfortunately, it killed them all. The police are currently speculating that the children perished as a result of a stampede at the crammed pub. I have just seen enyobeni vids, and the plot makes no sense. Yes, it was full, but not so full that sixteen people perished in a stampede. I've seen more packed crowds than that. I could be incorrect, but I believe the children drank something deadly, as has been suspected by others. View videos here
The victims were discovered lying as if they had fallen to the ground abruptly while dancing or conversing. This cannot have been the result of a stampede. Other individuals were slumped over chairs and tables.
Sending strength to the families that lost children yesterday night. I empathize with the parents at this time. Society must awaken; we can no longer accept this new norm of permitting children to act as their own law. The unfortunate event that occurred in Enyobeni is a sign that we still have a long way to go as a nation; the loss of so many young lives in such a manner is extremely tragic, especially considering that we are still enjoying Youth Month. Sincere condolences to the families impacted.
Parents are pictured waiting outside of Enyobeni Tarven.
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