Sunday Observer - - NEWS - STO­RIES BY THEMBEKA DLAMINI (Pic: Si­mon Sha­bangu)

Wheel­ing and deal­ing, which is un­scrupu­lous schem­ing, within coun­cils cre­ated to as­sist the na­tion should come to an end. His Majesty King Mswati III said he had noted with con­cern how there were peo­ple fur­ther­ing their own in­ter­est as they planted dis­cord to dis­credit oth­ers. He said it was un­for­tu­nate that this was planned in the cover of dark­ness where the per­pe­tra­tors thought they would not be found out. How­ever, they should be made aware that God’s allsee­ing eye was there and their deal­ings would be un­cov­ered and laid bare for all to see. He called on Emaswati to not be clois­tered in their think­ing such that they think the cor­rupt will al­ways suc­ceed as they would be ex­posed.

His Majesty warned wheel­ing and deal­ing would be ex­posed.

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