For many South Africans, the Economic freedom fighters leader, Julius Malema, was supposed to be the one to end the ANC dominance; and lead South Africans to a better tomorrow...but unfortunately the opposite of that mandate is what's taking place.
Yesterday the Economic freedom fighters took to the streets of South Africa to protest against the ruling party for the high unemployment rate, and while it seemed like a good thing in the beginning, this what South Africans noticed that showed that Julius Malema might not be what he portrays himself to he.
According to many South Africans, Julius Malema is using the people to win against the ANC, giving people the impression that life will be better under the rule of the EFF- while they are purposely not doing anything to help the poor.
"If Gayton McKenzie can do so much in such little time, with very limited resources...it shows that the Economic freedom fighters can do so much more; but they choose to protest against the ANC instead of helping the people" said one South African.
In the little time that Gayton McKenzie has gone rogue, he has managed to win the hearts of South Africans across the country, and many people feel that if the president of the EFF wanted, he could impact real change in the society- but he is opting for protests.
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