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"Absolute rubbish" Malema screams as trade union locks foreign owned shops

Julius Malema, the head of the Economic Freedom Fighters, is unapologetic about his support for open borders policies. Malema is a firm believer in Africanism and will not be influenced. "Africa for all Africans," he says. The news that the Ghanaian Trade Union has locked up foreign-owned shops AGAIN enraged Malema on Thursday.

The Ghana Union of Traders Association locked up around 40 stores belonging to other foreigners in Koforidua's Eastern Region on Monday, claiming that foreigners engaging in retail trading was against the law.

The shop closures, according to Malema, are complete rubbish! Malema believes that people should be able to conduct business wherever they are. Even in South Africa, he has no qualms about foreigners conducting business. South Africans who are opposed to foreigners in the nation have repeatedly lambasted the EFF leader, accusing them of boosting crime rates in Mzansi.

But what Ghana is doing is known as taking care of one's own house before caring for one's neighbors, but Malema is unaware of this. Unlike what is happening in South Africa, other people are protecting their country. Ghana deserves a lot of credit.

However, some argue that what Ghana has done undermines the goal of a united Africa because practically all of the country's major corporations are foreign-owned. "I am sure that is the same in Ghana, where there is a Shoprite, MTN, and other stores. Despite this, no one is shutting down those businesses "According to a Twitter user. What are your thoughts on the matter?


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