The Minister of Police, Bheki Cele, left South Africans in awe after a video of him where is is seen barely holding back the tears after visiting the mortuary that has the bodies of at least 20 youngsters who were found dead inside a tavern in Scenery Park, East London recently.
It is said that the incident unfolded in the early hours of Sunday morning. There is still some mystery surrounding the cause of death, However and eyewitness claimed that pepper spray was deployed. The eyewitness, who was celebrating the end of exams in the Enyobeni nightspot, said chaos broke out after this incident, with many left ‘choking and coughing’.
It has been said that chip as young as 13 were unfortunately killed in the tarven. Bheki Cele lashed out at the parents who let their kids go to the tarven.
Unfortunately for Bheki Cele, some people were not sympathetic. Facebook users did not hold back in insulting Cele for being emotional about the deaths of the kids. They called him, “weak”, “too emotional” and “a crying bi*ch”.
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