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IN SHOCK| Another Government Building On Fire At Enoch Mgijima Municipality In Eastern Cape.

It never rains but pours, South Africans wake up to another government building on fire in the Eastern Cape.

Another tragic incident incident has happened and South Africans are still shocked.It is still January yet several buildings that belong to the government have caught fire.Apparently the Enoch Mgijima Municipality Council chambers and City town hall has caught fire and it is allegedly believed to be blazing in fire.People are still shocked that the country seems to be in trouble as government buildings keep on catching fire.

It is not clear what caused the fire at the Enoch Mgijima Municipality Council chamber and City town hall.

South Africans are now worried that the fire predicted to destroy the country is finally here and the ANC is in trouble.Firstly it was the parliament that caught fire and now another government building is blazing in fire.It is clear that something is happening in the country and South Africans allegedly suspect terrorism.Seemingly the government buildings are now a target and the rulling party will have to make sure no other building catches fire.

The governement buildings will need more security and also have to be checked regularly so this kind of incidents never happen.

Seemingly something is wrong in the country and it needs to be fixed to before other buildings catch fire.It is very troubling that the fire that the country was warned is finally destroying the government properties.The government will have to spend more money on the buildings that are destroyed by fire and that will cost the country billions.It is sad to witness the government buildings on fire and probably no one torching them.

It is clear that things are really not going well for the country and something needs to be done.

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Source: Luthando Amos

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