The Majesty King Mswati III is a member of the Swazi royal family and the current king of Swaziland. Mswati III has ruled Swaziland as a monarch since 1986. According to the Swaziland rules, he acts as the president of the country and he is the one who choses government leaders like judges, ministers, civil servants etc.
Today, news circulated on social media pages saying that the king together with his princess flew the country due to the pro-democracy that erupted in the kingdom. They said that he fled to Johannesburg, South Africa where he is hiding. Chaos are as result who are protesting as they call for political reforms and the King to surrender his absolute powers.
However, according to the Eswatini Government, his Majesty King Mswati III is in the country and carrying out his duties well. He is also busy leading the Government to advance the Kingdom's goals.Share, like, comment and follow us for more updates.
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