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EFF Allies In Big TROUBLE As Malema Violates Ramaphosa Rules

Soon after President Cyril Ramaphosa's declaration of ready level one lockdown, Julius Malema gladly shared a photograph of allies assembled at Gandhi Square, where Covid-19 principles were totally spurned. 

Julius Malema's Covid reaction 

'Lockdown rubbish' 

Malema had recently expressed the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) was not going to consent to "lockdown rubbish". 

On Thursday night, following Ramaphosa's discourse, Malema flaunted that he had established the vibe and opened the country. 

"We generally say to you that the EFF leads and they follow. Actually we opened this country on Sunday 26 September 2021 at Winnie Madikizela-Mandela House," peruses the tweet. 


Pronouncement dispatch 

On Sunday at the party's dispatch of its statement for the impending races, Covid-19 guidelines were totally dismissed by large number of EFF allies, who apparently had no consideration for non-drug measures. 

In June, Malema said that his party would not pay attention to what Ramaphosa needed to say, nor stick to the lockdown limitations that were forced.

Coronavirus limitations 

"Nobody will stop us. No lockdown rubbish guidelines will stop us," Malema told the group outside Uitsig High School in Centurion during the June 16 recognition. 

Among some observable changes under level 1 is the restricted half most extreme limit permitted in social affairs with 750 individuals inside and a limit of 2000 outside. 

Ramaphosa featured the significance of noticing wellbeing conventions at social affairs. counting the upkeep of basically 1.5 meters of social separating.

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