The community of Olievenhoutbosch based in Tshwane in the Gauteng Province , they were so excited and see joy in their face when the president of Economic Freedom Fighters ( EFF ) visited them in a community meeting , Sunday the 12th Of September 2021 .
According to the source residents have raised their concerns about the current political party which is African National Congress ( ANC ) . The members of the community are not happy about secret meetings that are held by some of the ANC members .
The source revealed that's a community member name Thuli Mngoma said people were trying to separate the Economic Freedom Fighters in their ward 7 .
" My worry is that leaders are being chosen innthe darkness and worse those people are not chosen by the community , this matter needs a serious attention as we are being bullied " , she said .
Another concerned resident Selina said , the evening meetings should be completely closed as they want to know and have input on their decisions ," when meetings are help in the evening , most women do not attend the meeting because of safety and security reasons " , said and added that she hope Economic Freedom Fighters will bring a change in the country .
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