Disrupt PM’s wedding
have hopes that invading the PM’s wedding is the only solution which would result in government re-opening the institution,” the source alleges. The source said another meeting was held last Monday afternoon in one of the food retailers at Mbabane Mall. This was after students allegedly torched Ministe r of I nf or mation, Communications and Technology, Dumisani Ndlangamandla’s house situated at Mahwalala, Lomkiri. “The students were for the idea that they should invade the PM’s wedding under disguise, but that did not go down well with some of the students,” the source continued. However, it is said that the masterminds behind the secret plan have advised the students to wear their SCU
uniforms to avoid being treated in a very harsh manner which might result in some getting injured, especially if violence erupts. The students have reported adopted the advice by their leaders and are patiently waiting for the wedding day.
Last Friday, our daily publication carried a story whereby SNUS president sent a firm warning to government that the worse is yet to come if SCU remains closed.