Julius Malema Continues To Be Haunted By Words He Once Said A Long Time Ago.
Admist the foreigner battles in South Africa, the Economic Freedom Fighter political party has come out to annouce that the party's President will visit restaurants tomorrow at 10:00 to check the employment ratio between South African citizens and foreign nationals. The EFF makes this announcement as the #PutSouthAfricanFirst trends again.
South Africans are tired of being u employed while foreign nationals are employed in companies and restaurants. Julius Malema and his party have heard ans understand this and are willing to help but it seems people are not pleased with the planned gesture.
Julius Malema continues to be haunted by the foreign policy he once brought forward. This policy aims to open the borders as we are all Africans. Many believe that Julius has a vision of a "United States of Africa". Unfortunately people have not forgotten about the EFFs foreign policy and it seems he will forever be haunted by it.
People lashed out to the announcement that the EFF made.
"If your campaign was genuine,you wouldn't make an announcement prior to your visit. Your visit should strictly be a surprise. S.Africans should not be fooled by EFF. Only #PutSAFirst movement, Action SA and Patriotic Alliance will ensure that Gov enforce labour laws".
"Mxm, that jellyfish! He was always saying foreign nationals are not taking jobs. He is trying a damage control. When he said foreign nationals should try every means to get to SA what was it for?"
"Announcing so that the Zim managers and Business owners can organize themselves and you'll report that you're pleased with fake ratio you witnessed? Malema thinks we're fools like his cult members.Ratio my foot, 100% employment of locals in all jobs is what constitution says".
The situation is bad and people are not happy with Malema. Perhaps he should continue with his vision of an open Africa and stop contradicting himself and his political party.
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