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Former President Jacob Zuma agreed to have a cup of tea with Julius Malema in Nkandla

By Moeletsi | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 460 views

Jacob Zuma agreed to have a cup of tea with Julius Malema in Nkandla

Julius Malema and former president Jacob Zuma have come a long way since Malema was once the leader of the ANCYL.

 Economic Freedom Fighters president Julius Malema has left many questioning his plans following a request for a meeting with former president Jacob Zuma.

Writing on his Twitter page yesterday afternoon, Malema asked for a drink with Zuma, to which he replied: “How are you Moshabi? I have seen your request for a tea with me. As you know, I live in Nkandla homes and that is where I spend most of my time these days. I have a lot of tea, you are welcome to drink it. ”

Malema responded by saying he was grateful to Zuma and would plan to come this weekend.

“I will arrange with Mzwandile Masina to confirm further. Thank you for accepting my request immediately. This is about the welfare of the country, ”Malema said.

Maleman and Zuma were planning to meet soon after Zuma ignored a Constitutional Court order to appear before a commission of inquiry into state control by a minority.

Yesterday, the commission, led by Judge Raymond Zondo, said it would take legal action against Zuma for defrauding the court.

Meanwhile, Malema last year wrote on his Twitter page "Zondo Vul 'gate" when reports emerged that he was being investigated by the commission.

Source: https://www.facebook.com/208155592545442/posts/4253742744653353/

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