HARASSMENT OF NIGERIAN DOESN’T REPRESENT SA POLICE – MALEMA

HARASSMENT OF NIGERIAN DOESN’T REPRESENT SA POLICE – MALEMA

The speech of the leader of the Economic Freedom Fighter, (EFF) Julius Malema at the party’s sixth anniversary is one of the most popular political contents across Africa as at press time.

Malema addressed hundreds of EFF supporters in Kanyamazane Stadium, Mpumalanga where red beret leader took the opportunity to touch on critical issues in Africa, amongst other pertinent subjects.

The apparent next South Africa voice after Nelson Mandela berated the South African police who recently harassed a Nigerian in Sandton, saying such an act does not represent South African police.

He vocally clamored for a free Africa and the end of colonialism and imperialism. He gave Russia a thumb’s up for standing against the United States and advised Russia to keep her middle finger up against the U.S.

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