Parliament burns down just before senior officials account for allegations of criminal doings
SA is a crime scene, Parliament burns down just before senior officials account for allegations of criminal doings
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The news that the National Key Point, aka the parliament in Cape Town, is burning to the ground has left so many people in the country with a lot of questions. This follows just two days into the new year.
6 hours into fighting the raging fires at the scene, firefighters are still battling to get the fire under control. It has been reported that details on how The National Key Point caught fire are still sketchy and undisclosed. The fire began just after 5 am in the morning of Sunday the 2nd of January, 2022. Because of this, a lot of people have come up with their own theories on how and why parliament caught fire now, of all times.
One person who feels that this is not a coincidence but a way to cover the tracks of corrupt officials working at parliament is journalist Thabo Makwakwa. He tweeted that he finds it disturbing that parliament caught flames just 1 week before senior officials working at parliament promised to give him answers about allegations of them being involved in criminal activities. He then added that he will keep pushing for the truth regardless of the fact that they are trying to bury it under the flames.
South Africans who have realized that Thabo is amongst the very few journalists who still abide by the principles of journalism have called for EFF to protect Thabo from possible harm because those in power will do anything to keep the truth hidden, even if it means reconciling Thabo with his ancestors.
They are getting rid of evidence remember Notre Dame cathedral where evidence of child abuse and trafficking was held it went in flames, and they said it was a cigarette. Who smokes in a cathedral? @Phillip87044838
Do you mean the parliament burning down has something to do with you directly or indirectly? I wish I were that important @KryxiviaFan
What do you think? Do you think it was a coincidence that parliament caught fire or there’s more to it than meets the eye?
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