Yesterday, The Economic Freedom Fighters had two marches in two different provinces, with two different issues.
The leadership of the Economic Freedom Fighters including the commander in chief Julius Sello Malema, the deputy president Floyd Shivambu, Former spokesperson Vuyani Pambo and the general secretary Dlamini, were all in Pretoria.
They marched to the French embassy to handover their memorandum of demands. One of their demands was that France must leave Africa in, central Africa were they seems to have more control.
At first, the Ambassador of France was refusing to entertain the Economic Freedom Fighters and the commander in chief Julius Sello Malema argued his people to continue singing and demanding him to come out which he finally did.
Ambassador of France to South Africa, Mr. Aurélien Lechevallier, had finally climbed the EFD stage and accepted the Economic Freedom Fighters Memorandum To The Colonial Government Of France.
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