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<p><strong>By Jonk WA Mashamba</strong><br />
jonkm@greateralextoday.co.za</p>

<p>WARD 116 councilor, Adolf Marema warns people to adhere to Covid -19 rules to help reduce the spread of the pandemic. “Our people must be made aware that they are not doing Cyril Ramaphosa, Bheki Cele, or Zweli Mkhize a favor. It is them that will be hit hard. There are three things to the story of Corona: its either you are going to be infected, affected or both. If you are not going to adhere to the regulations of Covid-19, you are actually attempting to murder everybody in South Africa.” During the interview with GAT, Marema encouraged all South Africans to protect another other, by staying at home, ensuring social distancing is adhered. He advised residents to always wash their hands, wear a mask and hand gloves.</p>

<p>“But most importantly, they must watch TV because that’s where updates come from time to time. It important for us to listen, and there’s no time to listen to conspiracy theories of bio chemical warfare; that’s not that time. “I understand there are people who are trying to even try to act smart, there’s not the time for 5G explanation stories, whether there is conspiracy theory of biochemical warfare or not, people must adhere to covid-19 regulations. Marema warned that many people will die when rules are not followed. “It is not only about an individual; because once you get infected you are going to infect other people.</p>

<p>The regulations are not meant for a select few.” Marema, together with other councilors, started an initiative called ‘Operation Stay At home’, where they walked with the military and used big speakers. “We realized that residents mostly listen when their leaders talk to them.” But operation was halted by the police. “Now you can see that it is the business as usual, no longer listening to the rules,” he argued. Marema argued that the strategy that is used by the police to arrest people will backfire on them after the lockdown: “I agree that if residents break the law, they must be arrested. But after lockdown, we as leaders in Alex we are going to be left with the residents with criminal records that are unemployed. I have heard people complaining about push up or frog jumps as a punishment. But what will you choose between a frog jump and a criminal record? ”</p>
Abide by Covid -19 Regulations – Councilor Marema

By Jonk WA Mashamba
jonkm@greateralextoday.co.za

WARD 116 councilor, Adolf Marema warns people to adhere to Covid -19 rules to help reduce the spread of the pandemic. “Our people must be made aware that they are not doing Cyril Ramaphosa, Bheki Cele, or Zweli Mkhize a favor. It is them that will be hit hard. There are three things to the story of Corona: its either you are going to be infected, affected or both. If you are not going to adhere to the regulations of Covid-19, you are actually attempting to murder everybody in South Africa.” During the interview with GAT, Marema encouraged all South Africans to protect another other, by staying at home, ensuring social distancing is adhered. He advised residents to always wash their hands, wear a mask and hand gloves.

“But most importantly, they must watch TV because that’s where updates come from time to time. It important for us to listen, and there’s no time to listen to conspiracy theories of bio chemical warfare; that’s not that time. “I understand there are people who are trying to even try to act smart, there’s not the time for 5G explanation stories, whether there is conspiracy theory of biochemical warfare or not, people must adhere to covid-19 regulations. Marema warned that many people will die when rules are not followed. “It is not only about an individual; because once you get infected you are going to infect other people.

The regulations are not meant for a select few.” Marema, together with other councilors, started an initiative called ‘Operation Stay At home’, where they walked with the military and used big speakers. “We realized that residents mostly listen when their leaders talk to them.” But operation was halted by the police. “Now you can see that it is the business as usual, no longer listening to the rules,” he argued. Marema argued that the strategy that is used by the police to arrest people will backfire on them after the lockdown: “I agree that if residents break the law, they must be arrested. But after lockdown, we as leaders in Alex we are going to be left with the residents with criminal records that are unemployed. I have heard people complaining about push up or frog jumps as a punishment. But what will you choose between a frog jump and a criminal record? ”

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