The IFP has dubbed government failure to apprehend those who break into offices of law-enforcement agencies as suspicious. The party said this as it was reacting to reports of yet another break-in into the Office of Chief Prosecutor Prosecutor, Matric Luphondo this morning.
IFP Deputy National Spokesperson, Joshua Mazibuko said it cannot be acceptable that there have been 3 break-ins into offices of law-enforcement agencies and up to now no report has been forthcoming about the arrests connected to the two break-ins. “That we have this third break-in which happened in the Office of the Chief Public Prosecutor is clear evidence that criminals have gained confidence that no one will ever touch them. What is intrigues us more is that the break-ins take place in offices that are supposed to be highly guarded. This may be attributed to two things: either these criminals have covert companions in positions of authority or our police are impotent against criminals. I particular this makes people suspicious” said Mazibuko. He further said the message that these happenings send to South Africans is that they are on their own, without any protection from relevant organs of government.
M. Joshua Mazibuko
IFP Deputy National Spokesperson
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