MBABANE: Eswatini might soon be a battle-field, pro-democracy armed forces who claim to be in solidarity with the people of eSwatini will soon invade the country to kill high profile who are supporting King Mswati's regime.
Speaking to this Swaziland News during an exclusive interview, the Conveyor of the Swaziland International Solidarity Forces(SISF) said they had decided to come out and claim responsibility for the ongoing bombings and attacks adding that they had a list of individuals who would be killed for the role they played in the shooting and killing of unarmed civilians during the recent political unrest.
He clarified that the Solidarity Forces are not linked to any political organization in the country but their role seeks to put pressure on Mswati, speed-up and neutralize the political dialogue.
Furthermore, the Conveyor whose name cannot be revealed for ethical reasons said they wanted to kill more people who were supporting Mswati before the political dialogue to put pressure on the regime and increase the bargaining powers.
“We can confirm that we bombed David Cruizer Ngcamphalala’s home, killed the police officer during the Siphofaneni Buy Cash heist and invaded the Pigg’s Peak police Station. We also bombed the CTA and we want to clarify that the damage there was more than R3.8million not the figure claimed by government, we burnt very expensive cars at CTA worth millions. We also bombed King's interpreter Sihle Dlamini and Speaker Petros Mavimbela's homes. But we want to state categorically that for now we have killed one person, that is the police officer who died at Siphofaneni during the Buy Cash Hardware heist. We want to kill more people particularly the high profile ones who played a key role in the shooting and killing of civilians. We also have a list of security officers who shot the civilians and we want to target them as well before the dialogue”, the Conveyor said.
The Conveyor further mentioned that they wanted to target King Mswati's children and kill some of them.
“We know that once we target and kill some of the King’s children, Mswati will deploy more police and soldiers at the royal residences and those high profile people who are supporting him will be left vulnerable with no security and then we will attack them. We have realized that Mswati, by killing civilians, only understands the language of blood and violence and therefore, the dialogue must take place after an equal number of his loyalists have been killed. We also want to attack members of the armed forces in their personal capacity so that they can understand that the person they are protecting is not capable of protecting them once we arrive”, he said.
At Siphofaneni, members of the Solidarity Force walked away with a gun and R200,000.00 after the Buy Cash heist, the Conveyor said more businesspeople who were silent in the midst of the shooting and killing of innocent civilians including whose who were siding with the regime would be attacked.
“We will not make empty threats and a lot of noise, we will just keep quiet, identify targets, attack and then claim responsibility. We want to state categorically that a dialogue will never be held at Sibaya and the action that will take place in the coming weeks where some high profile will be killed and other structures bombed will send a warning to Mswati. We need to understand that if the dialogue took place without anyone killed within Mswati’s regime, that would mean the King will not listen to the voices of the pro-democracy movement. We want him to feel the pressure ahead of the dialogue so that we can have bargaining powers”, said the Conveyor.
Eswatini is in the midst of a political unrest after King Mswati allegedly unleashed soldiers and the police to shoot and kill unarmed civilians merely for demanding democratic reforms.
The Human Rights Commission released a preliminary report suggesting that forty-six(46) people were killed, but the civil society and political parties alleged that more than one hundred(100) people were killed by Mswati’s security forces with over seventy(70) already identified.
Prime Minister Cleopas Dlamini and his Deputy Themba Masuku inspecting the damage at CTA.