- Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) President Julius Malema is praised by South Africans for leading the African National Congress (ANC) members to visit former President Jacob Zuma in homestead, situated in Nkandla.
- ANC’s NEC top 6, Police Minister Bheki Cele and ANC Women’s League leadership exhibited keen interest to going to Nkandla.
- Visibility of division in the ANC after Malema’s pressure on members thereof, simply by going to Nkandla for tea on the 7th day of February 2021.
Ebony Park – The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) President Julius Malema is praised for leading African National Congress (ANC) members, simply for being the first person to visit Nkandla, in KwaZulu-Natal, just to have a tea meeting with former President Jacob Zuma.
Following his visit there, Police Minister Bheki Cele visited Nkandla, that’s 15 days of Malema’s visit, the 18th of February, when Cele visited Nkandla, though Cele did not get immediate access to enter Nkandla as he was stopped by MKMVA [prior entering].
Zuma allowed Cele and his entourage to enter his premises, all of this is said to have been inspired by the EFF Leader “Juju.”
Those praising Malema says he did something that ANC couldn’t do, which showed how unsupportive the party is towards their former President and now that Malema went there, they are going there as well to show “their fake support.”
Man’s NOT Barry Roux took such assertions to Twitter where myriads of the account followers emerged concurring to the assertions about Malema.
Morelkhulu says “the ANC hasn’t lost Julius. Julius Malema is part of ANC factional battles. He plays a role of being a long maker in those factional battles,” whilst Musa Sibisi refers to Malema as “a huge loss to the ANC,” he added that he’s a young influential man and he’s been as such.