Students barking up wrong tree

2016-10-06 06:00

WHY are our tertiary students not rioting and trashing Luthuli House? I feel these students are knocking at the wrong door.

The governing party promised the people of this country free education, water, etc., knowing full well that it is not capable of fulfilling that promise. Before you accuse me of being ignorant, I am well aware of the lines and/or borders between party and state politics. I just feel it is time that these students complained at the right place, ie: Luthuli House.

All the talk about freebies came from there, it did not come from the state. They should be trashing the source of those lies and leave state property on its own. Deal with the liars, leeches and losers head on.


DBK84

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