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"Please EFF keep him in your organization because he is useless in the ANC ", Siseko says

Please, EFF, keep him in your group, as he is useless to the ANC! Using the EFF, Ace Magashule is attempting to revitalize his political career! Buffalo took care of his political career!" After Ace Magashule was observed at Walter Sisulu Square honoring Freedom Charter Day with the red beret brigade, this was the consensus among a number of individuals. According to public opinion, the fact that Ace Magashule had to attend an EFF event in order to maintain relevance demonstrates that he no longer possesses power. According to some, the SG post is the most powerful in the ANC, but the Buffalo neutralized him like an old tea bag.

Perhaps it would not be a bad idea for Magashule to join the EFF alongside Julius Malema. In any case, what is his current role in the ANC? There, he appears to be fighting a lost struggle. Can you picture the celebration if these two "bulls" were in the same kraal?

Consider what others have said:


Ace Magashule has become a political orphan, and any family holding a reunion invites him for emotional stability and cameras.

The Eff orphanage has taken him in. Disgraceful, societal junk metal


Seeing ace magashule hop from one organization to the next is honestly rather depressing. Sad to see, he appears to be really lost and destitute.


The files that Julius will thereafter drop. Ace Magashule, not Mbalula, has been the "reliable sources" throughout the entire time.

People can say whatever they want about Ace's association with the EFF, but I believe Magashule demonstrated political maturity tonight. As black individuals, we must constantly support one another. The EFF deserves praise for accepting the suspended and apparently distressed Secretary General. Magashule has always believed in black unity and Malema's candidacy for the presidency. He also believes he will become president of the ANC, which would place him in opposition to Zuma, but this does not alter his commitment to black unity.

During an interview with Motsweding FM today, Magashule stated that he had a lit to expose in court. They tasked me with monitoring of a dairy farm for R200 million, but omitted to include Shanduka, which cost R800 million without competitive bidding, yet was able to construct schools. "I want my day in court to shed more light on this oversight," stated Magashule.


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