Mohl Modulasetulo, on behalf of Agang, re be re kgopela mo dipolitical parties tsohle, gore re thusaneng go thibela taba ye ya go attackiwa ga MaSomalia. Re bona gore ga e bee naga ya rena gabotse. Re be re kgopela gore le ge re ka fapana ka dikgopolo goba revolutions, mara ye e dira gore naga ya rena e feleletse e se sa ratwa ke dinaga tse dingwe ka ntle. Le ge re ka fapana mara ye ke maikarabelo bja rena ka moka. Re swanetse go t?hirelet?a democracy ya rena ka gore e tlile boima ene re e hweditse mafaseng, ba ba re lwetseng. Re be re kgopela bjale ka Agang gore a re tshwaraneng re tieng gore re se ka ra tsoga re boetse morago, re t?weleng pele, re thibele because dilo t?e di diragalago, ke t?e di hlot?eng dintwa t?a semerafe dinageng t?e dingwe. Ke a leboga. (Translation of Sepedi member's statement follows.)
[Mr M A PLOUAMMA (Agang): Hon Chairperson, on behalf of Agang, we are pleading with all the political parties to join hands and stop the xenophobic attacks against the Somalis. These attacks do not represent our country well.
It's a fact that we differ in terms of political ideologies but we are pleading with you all to take a stand against these attacks. This is a shared problem. People in foreign countries will develop hatred towards us. We need to protect our hard-earned democracy. African countries accommodated and supported us when we were still fighting for democracy. We need to move forward, not backwards. Let us stop these attacks because they are the root of wars in other countries. Thank you.]