Speaking to TimesLIVE on Wednesday, Dlamini said Cele wanted him to do educational tours to communities and teach them about mobilising and fighting crime in their areas in the correct way.
“Usually when people do operations, they are emotional and not rational. They mean well but usually end up being on the wrong side of the law, so my role would be to inform and educate them on how to do this in the correct way,” Dlamini said.
However, on Wednesday Cele’s office denied there were roadshows planned with Dlamini.
“There are no such planned roadshows from the police ministry,” spokesperson Lirandzu Themba told TimesLIVE.
Dlamini, however, maintained that he had met Cele and such plans were in place.
He said he was not in a position to immediately divulge more information but would after meeting his legal team.
“I need to consult with my legal team. I can’t give you more information until I meet them. On Friday, I can give you in-depth information and evidence to support what I’m saying.”
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