Prior to his walk‚ Mcebo took to Facebook to say: "I have taken a conscious decision to write a formal letter to the President of the Republic‚ Cyril Ramaphosa‚ calling him to exercise his prerogative powers and grant amnesty and pardon all the #feesmustfall activists. Before the end of the day tomorrow the letter will be delivered. Salute."
Dlamini's steps for action come after another popular free education activist activist‚ Bonginkosi Khanyile of the Durban University of Technology‚ was this week found guilty of public violence‚ failing to comply with police instructions and possession of a dangerous weapon.
The charges emanated from incidents which occurred during the height of the university fee-hike revolt back in 2016.
Khanyile‚ through his advocate Danie Combrink‚ had admitted that during the violent protest action he had disturbed the public peace‚ used a slingshot to stone police and ignored their pleas to disperse.
His sentencing is set to take place in October.