Ndlozi shows support for Saffas in Wuhan: "This is their home"

Ndlozi shows support for Saffas in Wuhan: "This is their home"

- Mbuyiseni Ndlozi has slammed those who protested the repatriation of South Africans in Wuhan

- The former EFF spokesperson said there was no rational reason why the citizens in the coronavirus epicentre should not come home

- He told South Africans to "stop being so evil" and it sparked a massive reaction

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Mbuyiseni Ndlozi doesn't feel repatriating South Africans from the coronavirus-hit Wuhan would pose a risk to the country.

In a tweet on Thursday, Ndlozi condemned those who protested the returns of Saffas from the Covid-19 epicentre.

His post read:

"There is absolutely no rational in protesting South Africans to come home from China. None of them have Coronavirus. If they did, they would have been committed to Wuhan hospital facilities. Allow them to come home, this is their home! They are us, we are them! Stop being so evil."

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The post sparked quite a reaction and many had mixed views. Some said it was not safe for the country that those citizens return home while others said it's all good, the government should just leave Limpopo out of it.

Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported on the pilot who will bring South Africans home from Wuhan. On Tuesday, the plane tasked with repatriating South Africans from the Covid-19 coronavirus epicentre in Wuhan, China, left Mzansi.

According to reports, one of SA's most seasoned pilots has taken up the responsibility to bring the citizens home. Captain Vusi Khumalo has been a South African Airways (SAA) pilot since 1994 and he is the commander of the Airbus A340-600 Series flight.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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