NATJOINTS Cautions Against Disruptions at First National Assembly Session

The National Joint Operational and Intelligence Structure has advised South Africans against disrupting the first National Assembly session after the elections.

According to SABC News, the South African Police Service’s national spokeswoman, Brigadier Athlenda Mathe, stated that the NATJOINTS took sufficient procedures to secure the safety of all MPs at the maiden Parliamentary session. She also stated that the NATJOINTS has members in place to guarantee that the events run properly.

The seventh administration is set to be elected after the African National Congress’s National Executive Committee approved a national unity government. Julius Malema, head of the Economic Freedom Fighters, has rejected the government of national unity. Simultaneously, the ANC met with the Democratic Alliance and appeared to create a partnership, with Cyril Ramaphosa as their preferred presidential candidate.

Netizens on Facebook had harsh remarks for the NATJOINTS.

Vusi Mapholoba said:

“They fail to catch one gang terrorising ATMs.”

Mogomotsi Edwin said:

“I wish you had the same attitude towards the criminals that are running wild out there.”

Malome Kagiso said:

The intelligent master J Zuma registered MK right under their noses and they got shocked months later.”

Malome said:

“As if they would do anything about it, let alone pick it up.”

Farai Enerst Mundoko said:

“I feel sorry for the crying babies.”

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