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“No One Should Blame Me For Excess Foreign Nationals In Mzansi, I Am Not The President” - Malema

EFF leader Julius Malema says individuals ought not be compelled to get inoculated. 

He was tending to understudies at Cape Peninsula University of Technology's Bellville grounds on Friday. 

In his location Malema raised worry about sex based brutality, assault, the reevaluating of grounds laborers and the issue of individuals having the choice to get inoculated. 

In his commitment, Malema focused on that the same way individuals are compelled to get inoculated, they ought to be compelled to have DNA tests required with an end goal to control GBV and find culprits. 

Malema took a correspond at the police for their endeavors to direct group control during the Fees Must Fall fights which the nation has seen. 

The red berets pioneer expressed what police neglect to comprehend is that these equivalent understudies who are fought back against, are battling with the expectation of complimentary training for the police's kids too. 

Malema said understudies who battle for their privileges should not be captured as those are the understudies who are battling for the fates of different youths. 

He additionally focused on that individuals ought to get inoculated willingly. 

"I got immunized. Nobody will constrain me," he said. 

Malema told the group his choice was supported when he saw Jewish individuals getting inoculated. 

"The Jews don't play with their lives. 

"I inoculated in light of the fact that I saw the Jewish public immunized," Malema said. 

Malema is proceeding with his mission in the Western Cape and today he was planned to visit Mitchells Plain. This is the last day of his mission in the region after he started it in Stellenbosch on Thursday.

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Cape Peninsula University EFF Julius Malema Malema


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