- Cassper Nyovest wants President Cyril Ramaphosa to intervene after a man was fatally shot at Wits University
- Cassper also wants the cop who allegedly shot the deceased with rubber bullets to be arrested
- The man was not part of the protest when he was fatally shot on Wednesday
Cassper Nyovest took to social media to recently call on President Cyril Ramaphosa to intervene in the Wits University shooting.
A man passed away on Wednesday, 10 March after cops allegedly shot him with rubber bullets as he exited a clinic in Braamfontein, Johannesburg.
Students clashed with police when they protested against the financial exclusion of some students with historical debt.
Cassper took to Twitter and shared his views on the video of the fatal shooting. The rapper tagged Ramaphosa's official Twitter account and wrote:
"Yoh! This is sad. This man must be arrested and an example needs to be made. It can't be business as usual. What was the reason for this innocent man to be killed so brutally?"
Cassper also slammed a tweep who said that he decided to tweet about the protest after AKA posted about it.
Mufasa's fans took to his comment section to share their thoughts on his post. Check out some of their comments below:
"Why is the President still silent about this? Weren’t you silent enough during Marikana??"
"Look at how they were peacefully standing and the guy was just trying to pass bye, how they started feeling so unsafe when they saw police and ran. They shot the guy and he stood up with his paper to show his from the doctor but still they killed him."
"What was the reason for them to shoot in the first place?"
"We no longer have police but hooligans, SIES."
"Truly devastated... the students were chilling and chatting... not sure why the police started shooting... I do not see the students with weapons... I'm so heartbroken."
The Amademoni hitmaker believes that young people have the solutions to take the country forward and to solve some of the problems the country faces but have no power to implement them.
The opinionated rapper took to Twitter on Wednesday, 24 February and expressed that Mzansi's old politicians are holding on to power but lack ideas for the future. The star said:
"The young minds have the solutions for the future but no power to implement any of the ideas. The old people have all the power but no solutions for the future."
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