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Here is the reason why the EFF Leader Julius Malema he visited the former president Jacob Zuma

Malema explains why they visited the former president Jacob Zuma's house in February to have tea with other EFF members, including advocate Dali Mpofu.

The reason the EFFLeader Julius Malema visited Zuma during a "tea party" with former president Jacob Zuma.

Malema said that day, he told Zuma in person that he would be arrested if he refused to answer questions to a commission of inquiry into state control by a minority.

The EFF leader Malema was speaking on Saturday at a rally in Johannesburg for local government elections.

In February, Malema visited Zuma at his Nkandla home. At the time, Zuma was facing a standoff with the commission headed by Judge Raymond Zondo, because Msholozi did not want to appear before the commission despite a constitutional court ruling compelling him to do so.

Malema said all this could have been avoided if Zuma had listened to him.

Malema said that was the reason he visit to Zuma's house was to tell him to go to answer questions to a commission of inquiry into state control by chief Justice Zondo.

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