The recent incident that happened in Enyobeni tavern where about 22 teenagers died is still raising a whole lot of controversy. The circumstances surrounding this tragic incident is still shrouded in secrecy which many have frowned at.
We all are aware that Police is yet to issue an official report as to what may have caused the death of the teenagers. Though some speculations are being made but non of them has a detailed information about the situation.
However, a form is circulating on different social media platforms urging South Africans to signs a petition to compel South African court to charge the owner of the Enyobeni Tavern criminally. The petition was initiated by by community members of Enyobeni in a bid to ensure that the owner of the tavern does not elude the wrath of the law.
The petition reads; "As a member of Scenery park and the community of East London we are bleeding and crying for these young children’s lives. These are children we raised. We watched them grow up, and these are our children as young as 13, in grade 7 with a future. Some were even the hope of their family and now they are lost".
"Please sign this petition to call for the Enyobeni Tavern in Scenery Park East London to be shut down and the owner to be criminally charged!!".
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