Dis­rupt PM’s wed­ding

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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.

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