The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) held a Siyabonga (Thank You) Rally in Tembisa, Winnie Mandela area Gauteng province, yesterday on Saturday, but according to news24, it was overshadowed by party leaders having to recant claims of internal discontent over how leader Julius Malema is running the organisation.
As a political analyst, every details count in Political landscape. During yesterday event, I've spotted that although Economic Freedom Fighters was thanking its members and volunteers, there were some leaders who were not there and there were no apology.
It is very suspicious that, in huge event of this caliber, the former and first National Spokesperson of the Economic freedom Fighters Dr Mbuyiseni Ndlozi was not a part of this event.
Spokesperson is the voice of the organization and such person attends almost all events but yesterday the spokesperson of the Economic freedom Fighters Vuyani Pambo didn't attend Siyabonga rally. This is suspicious, because mid week, we heard about him and his Twitter account pushing for president Julius Malema to resign.
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