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Safety and Security Graduates and Undergraduates (SSGU) organisation disapproves of police demeanour

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Limpopo – Graduates and undergraduates movement that has seen growth following its inception in January 2019, named Safety and Security Graduates and Undergraduates (SSGU) says Constitutional Court of South Africa must decide on Police Minister Bheki Cele’s barbaric demeanour that violated the rights of South Africans.

We are all fully aware that President Cyril Ramaphosa adjusted level 3 of lockdown as provided for in the Disaster Management Act, under which he didn’t say SA citizens movement is restricted outside the curfew which commences at 21:00 or 9pm.

Though SA citizens, who went out for fireworks were harassed by the police, this follows Cele’s uncalled for statement asking SA to go to bed at 21:00, following his utterance, the police kept taking fireworks from South Africans, dismantling them.

SSGU recently uploaded a video on their Facebook page (SSGU2019) asking “so this is what Bheki Cele turned SA into?.” The organisation says Cele must be removed and promised to write the ConCourt following his detrimental conduct. “We are concerned because it’s our profession,” said SSGU.

So this is what Bheki Cele turned SA into?
ConCourt must expell him, once and for all. We shall write them. We can’t tolerate such a behaviour. It’s unjust ?

We are corcerned because it’s our profession ?

Posted by Safety and Security Graduates and Undergraduates on Thursday, December 31, 2020

SA inhabitants were concerned as the president said he’ll light a candle at exactly 12 midnight in honour of those who has lost their lives due to Covid-19 and of course, as well as showing appreciation towards frontline healthcare workers, not mentioning the police for their shoddy work.

SA have noticed the acts of Cele since his Police Ministry capacity ascendency, so contradicting with what Ramaphosa says. And such let to South Africans not feeling safe around law enforcement of which emerge a major concern to SSGU as those are their (denied them) positions – “graduates in relevant qualifications.”

SSGU last year had South Africans speaking in tongues on Twitter (@And Graduates) prior having their account suspended, though they say they will never give up until they get what is rightfully theirs.

We won’t stop until we get what’s rightfully ours. We’re graduates in relevant qualifications, so ready to give our all…

Posted by Safety and Security Graduates and Undergraduates on Thursday, December 31, 2020