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Malema is Back Again After a Recent Stunt, Now He Wants The Government to End The Covid-19 Protocols

Julius Malema wants an end to Covid-19 protocols and for the economy to re-open.

Julius Malema seems to work day and night planning on what he will do next, he took a dive at the government to open sports stadiums. He went to Nathi Mthethwa wo is the current sports minister to re-open the stadiums and sports full time. He led his supporters on a march around church Square before addressing them. He called to an end to wearing of face masks as a precaution against contracting covid-19 and for all stadiums to open whether everyone is vaccinated or not. Manzini Zungu could not hide his joy as he joined on the march demanding the re-opening of sports stadiums and also the SAFPU general secretary Nhlangla Shabalala and National Football Supporters acting CEO Siyabulela Loyilane.

They screamed that the government must do away with the mask, open the country and the economy and will take responsibility for own lives. Malema said this to loud cheers from a crowd that included supporters of the various football clubs and artists.Though everyone is encouraged to vaccinate but no-one is going to force anyone to vaccinate. He said people must vaccinate on their own even at the stadium, they don’t require anyone who is vaccinated or not vaccinated.Let those who want to go to the stadium go to the stadium. Malema said they believe in science and also believe that vaccines are the solution to the problem, but people must not be forced to vaccinate.The EFF leader asked that the government do away with the mask and open the country and the economy and people will take responsibility of their own lives.

EFF leader <a class=Julius Malema addresses supporters outside the Pretoria offices of sports minister Nathi Mthethwa on Thursday."/>

It was said to the whole world that Aids kills and everyone must use protection, but no one went to every room checking if people were using protection, so people can be encouraged to do the right thing but at the end of the day it is but a personal choice. Leaders can influence people to go for jabs but they must not make the vaccine a mandatory. The EFF said he gives the government ten days to open the stadiums if it does not do so the EFF will sit in at FNB Stadium. He further said this is a demand to open the stadiums and the economy.

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Covid-19 Malema Manzini Zungu Nathi Mthethwa church Square


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