Vuyolwethu Zungula has come to the defence of the religious institutions that contravened the Level 3 restrictions, suggesting that it was because of a lack of consultation by Ramaphosa.
The African Transformation Movement’s (ATM) leader, Vuyolwethu Zungula took to Twitter on Tuesday, 12 January 2021, to post an excerpt from his interview on his reaction to the announcement of the return to Level 3 restrictions. More specifically, Zungula spoke on some religious institutions being in contravention of the restrictions on mass gatherings.
The ATM recently reaffirmed that it is a faith-based political party, adding that it stands in support of anyone that is a believer. Therefore, the excerpt shared by the political party was in defence of religious institutions that had contravened the restrictions.
Zungula labelled the contraventions, which reportedly turned violent in some circumstances, as a “mistake” on the side of the religious institutions. Zungula further attributed the acts to a supposed lack of consultation by President Cyril Ramaphosa. He added that had they been consulted beforehand, they would probably have not gone against the regulations.
See the post below.
[PRESIDENT ZUNGULA ON RAMAPHOSA'S ADDRESS]
— African Transformation Movement (@ATMovement_SA) January 12, 2021
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