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Kenny Kunene: "Malema must tell me face to face that I am a bandit."

Gayton McKenzie, the Patriotic Alliance leader, has struck lower back at the monetary Freedom Fighters chief, Julius Malema, also known as "the Bandit." McKenzie stated the purple beret leader is announcing that due to the fact that he is jealous of his birthday celebration's fulfillment.

McKenzie's utterances come after his deputy, Kenny Kunene, also stated that whilst he meets Julius Malema head-to-head, he's going to ask him to copy his words approximately him being a bandit. I

'm able to understand when a white guy says that, but I won’t understand when it comes from a black guy because, in the past we're coming from, there were so many prisoners in prison that looked for political management to exchange things.

And if a political leader says he does not accept it as true on second chances, it is surely regrettable and unhappy. What's most unhappy is that political leaders throughout elections send people to get votes, "he stated.

He provides that Julius Malema is brief to label other people as bandits, but he's dealing with numerous courtroom instances where he isn't conscious of how they will develop.

"Malema is presently in front of the courtroom on crook prices for illegally discharging a firearm in public. I suppose he is dealing with other prices. That is very rich coming from him whilst going through such fees, "McKenzie said.

What triggered Gayton McKenzie's anger changed into the utterances made with the aid of Julius Malema that the EFF was no longer going to paint with the Patriotic Alliance, a party led by "bandits". I

'm especially conflicted. I don’t know how I will work with the PA. Malema said. "I believe waking up and operating with bandits, announcing that you and the bandits can change people’s lives, bandits, and then we have to have political parties for bandits in South Africa," Malema said.

PA deputy chief Kenny Kunene recently fired pictures at Malema, calling him a "cockroach." Malema ought to tell him in his face that he's a bandit. In

my opinion, in politics, we've got a stand-return, but now it’s over. It ends right now. I'm going to cope with him. Each time I meet him, he needs to inform me that I am a bandit in my face," Kunene stated.


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