MBABANE:Dloze Matooane, the Spokesperson of the Young Community League of South Africa (YCLSA)said they will vigorously influence a decision that seeks to ban Prime Minister Ambrose Mandvulo Dlamini from entering South African for allegedly acquiring fraudulent citizenship of that country.
The PM when responding to our questions earlier and failed to answer eight specific questions about his South African citizenship but admitted through acting governmentSpokesperson Sabelo Dlamini that he used to be in possession of the South African ID and passport.This was in the midst of a high-level joint investigation between this Swaziland News and the Sunday Independent that exposed how the PM fraudulently acquired the South African citizenship.
“This serves to clarify that his Excellency the Prime Minister was in possession of a valid South African Identity Document and passport which has not been in use since his return to the Kingdom in 2000. In November 2018, the Prime Minister applied for a renunciation of his South African citizenship of whichtheprocess was finalized last year. After finalization of the process, his Excellency no longer holds a South African Identity and passport. The application was undertaken formally through diplomatic channels”he said.
Prime Minister Ambrose Dlamini