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Look what Ambassador of France finally did to EFF yesterday

The Economic Freedom Fighters organized two separate marches yesterday, each focusing on a distinct cause and taking place in a different region. 

Economic Freedom Fighters leadership, including former spokesperson Vuyani Pambo, deputy president Floyd Shivambu, and general secretary Dlamini, were all present in Pretoria. Julius Sello Malema served as the organization's commander in chief. Floyd Shivambu served as the deputy president. 

They marched to the French embassy in order to deliver the memorandum of demands that they had written. One of their demands was that France withdraw from central Africa, which is an area over which they appear to have a greater degree of authority. 

Julius Sello Malema, the commander in chief of the Economic Freedom Fighters, argued with his people to continue singing and demanding that the Ambassador of France come out, which they eventually did. At first, the Ambassador of France refused to entertain the Economic Freedom Fighters. 

Mr. Aurélien Lechevallier, the Ambassador of France to South Africa, had finally reached the Economic Freedom Fighters level and accepted the Economic Freedom Fighters Memorandum To The Colonial Government of France.


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