One of the well known EFF member of Parliament Naledi Chirwa just tweeted that the ANC has rejected the EFF motion. Naledi Chirwa has even elaborated why the ANC opted to reject the motion brought by the EFF.
According to Naledi Chirwa, the motion brought by the EFF was for parliament to denounce corruption. It is fairly known by almost everyone across the country that corruption in South Africa is rife, there's no point in denying that corruption in South Africa exists. One needs only to watch the State Capture commission to get glimpse of how corruption has greatly affected the country.
In her own words, Naledi Chirwa tweeted the following on her official Twitter account "Wow. The ANC just rejected an EFF motion without notice that calls for parliament to denounce corruption and that action is implemented against cabinet ministers found to be involved in corruption this is surely hell. Not even pretense"
Here is the link to the tweet:
As one would expect, many people reacted to Naledi Chirwa's tweet with mixed reactions. And some people reacted with more questions than answers. However, some people replied by saying they are not surprised the ANC has rejected the EFF motion. One thing about Twitter is that there's great deal of freedom there; and people are able to debate highly contested issues without casting aspersions towards each other. It was no surprise to find that many people engaged in heated debate under Naledi Chirwa's tweet.
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