- EFF leader Julius Malema has asked citizens to help him locate a man who brags about breaking the lockdown rules in a video doing rounds on social media
- The man, who is seen with a few other men, was roaming the streets at night
- He then mocks police Minister Bheki Cele and says they don't need permits to walk around their neighbourhood
Many South Africans have condemned citizens who do not adhere to the 21-day lockdown rules.
Some of the culprits have been made to exercise as a punishment for being out of their homes without solid reasons, and some have even been arrested for breaking the lockdown rules.
EFF leader Julius Malema is one of the law-abiding citizens who is doing his bit to make sure that culprits are brought to book.
Malema has posted a video of a man who brags about roaming the street at night in the current lockdown period.
"Fellow fighters please help to locate this criminal."
In the video, the man, who seems intoxicated, can be heard saying:
"Hey Bheki Cele, can you see us? It's now half past 12, you can't tell us what to do. We can't be walking around with permits."
Briefly.co.za has reported that Police minister Bheki Cele is taking no prisoners with regard to the new regulations relating to curbing Covid-19.
He emphasised that offenders of the newly-introduced laws would face the wrath of the police and judicial system.
Many social media users agreed with Malema.
"This is when we expect the public broadcaster to rise to the occasion and run a public service announcement in search of this lunatic. I agree Mr. Malema.
"We always said education is important. Now look at this animal embarrassing our Zulu Nation."
Some users even shared videos of other culprits who needed to be arrested for breaking the lockdown rules while mocking Cele.
"And this one too must be arrested he can’t be left roaming out streets with impunity."
Some people also called for the arrest of police officers and SANDF members who have been captured on video assaulting civilians.
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