Earlier today, SABC reported that Swaziland king, Mswati III had fled the country. Sources indicated that he had been airlifted to seek safe in other countries. However the news has been called off with the King claimed to be still in the country.
Acting Prime Minister of the Eswatini has however rubbished the allegations saying the king is still in the country. According to him, the King is working to resolve the issue and people should calm down.
"I would like to this opportunity to assure emaSwati and the international community that his Majesty King Mswati III is in the country and continues to lead in working with the government to advance the kingdom’s goals", part of his statement read.
Reports say that protesters clashed with security demanding for a major constitutional amendment. However nothing have been communicated after the allegetions of king fleeing. The Pm is calling for peace among emaSwati as they hear their cries.
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