Mbuyiseni Quintin Ndlozi MP is a South African politician and political activist. He has been a member of the National Assembly, representing the Economic Freedom Fighters, since 2014. He also served as the first official spokesperson for the party until his resignation in 2020.
There is a circulating video of the Economic Freedom Fighters member Mbuyiseni Ndlozi, who made an unflattering statement during the funeral of Hillary Gardee. In the video, Mbuyiseni Ndlozi was seen saying this statement: "Who asked Nelson Mandela's paper when they gave him military training?"How dare you ask a fellow African for a paper? "Can't you see that South Africa is their home?" says Mbuyiseni Ndlozi.
South Africans were outraged by his statement because the Economic Freedom Fighters president, Julius Malema, had just urged South Africans to assist him in finding the illegal immigrants who murdered Hillary Gardee.
Quinton is misleading the poor followers. Comrades who were in exile came through the borders and were directed to the camp. Then others came illegally to those countries and merged with the rest of the exiles. And at that time, those comrades who went to exile produced personal documents of identification to be allowed in those countries and be located in their military refugee camps. Mbuyiseni Ndlozican really amazes me, thinking the Phd they possess can make a better assessment.
Mbuyiseni Ndlozi must bring back his mind because his mind is still colonised. He must read well the history of people who were in exile. Then you will compare. In the future, you have to respect the funerals because there wasn't a rally. The level of ignorance in this speech is staggering. Yet he has a paper to prove his so-called PHD qualification, but he still says senseless things every time.
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