After the violent drama that emerged from (SONA 2017), more outrage is still emerging from the disrupted event.

Leader of the main opposition party in South Africa, Democratic Alliance AD  Mmusi Maimane has expressed disappointment over the oppressing conduct of the ANC.

The outspoken lawmaker stated on the floor of Parliament on Tuesday that:

“The ANC has turned from liberator of the people to the enemy of the people”. Maimane noted.

“There were soldiers with automatic rifles pacing up and down Parliament Avenue. This wasn’t the state of the nation. It was the state against the nation. The ANC on the one side and the people on the other. The liberator turned oppressor,” he said.

On Thursday, he said, South Africans were given a glimpse of the future under the ANC, and it looked very much like the country’s painful past.

“The police in riot gear. The deployment of the army. The screams of female members of Parliament as they were punched and kicked. A boot stamping on a human face.”

The country will never forget what happened, he said, nor will it forget Zuma’s reaction.

“We will never forget how he laughed. It was the laugh of an enemy of the people.”

Maimane again outlined his party’s plans for the “lost generation”, who he said were forgotten by the ANC.

The country will never forget what happened, he said, nor will it forget Zuma’s reaction.

Maimane again outlined his party’s plans for the “lost generation”, who he said were forgotten by the ANC.