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By Citizen Reporter

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Malema mocks people attending his EFF rally in ANC T-shirts

The EFF leader also had some choice words for police officers who happened to be keeping an eye on proceedings in the Northern Cape.


Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema on Monday took his election campaign to communities in the Northern Cape.

The EFF leader dragged a few people in attendance who were in African National Congress (ANC) T-shirts and also South African Police Service (SAPS) members who were monitoring the proceedings.

He left the crowd in stitches after telling EFF members not to be bothered by the ANC members in attendance because they were in search of proper leadership.

“We are having an EFF meeting, there are yellow T-shirts and police are not arresting them. Why, because these people in yellow T-shirts are potential criminals. They are suspects. Police must arrest them. Don’t worry about those yellow T-shirt howlers, they are not united. When we leave here they will continue fighting among each other. I’m going to speak for those yellow T-shirts when I go back to Parliament that it is not only EFF people who are not working because they are also here on a Monday and during working hours.

“What is the point of wearing yellow T-shirts, yet you still have pit latrine toilets? What’s the point? You should desire for jobs and houses because a T-shirt will not take care of you. You should be tired of being made fools by ANC people, busy buying you alcohol instead of jobs and proper roads.”

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