South Africa was left in disbelief, after Julius Malema pulled off one of the greatest acts of kindness ever done by a politician in S.A politics.
A footage has been doing rounds on social media, after the President of the Economic Freedom Fighters, Julius Malema, Decided to buy a Struggling woman a brand new mansion. In the video, Julius Malema is heard pausing in the middle of his speech at a rally to tell his EFF supporters who were in attendance that he is going to buy the woman in the front row a house. This was after the woman decided to beg him for help as he was giving his speech.
But people were more shocked at what he said after announcing the incredible gesture:
"i Am not going to build this woman a house, i am going to buy her an already made house straight out of the market. I am not like that leader that you all put in charge. i deliver, i do not come to give speeches and when people ask me for help then i leave like i did not hear anything, that is being pretentious and i am not that" said Malema.
Many people were left puzzled as to how he can speak so disrespectfully about the President and get away with it like it is nothing. Is Julius Malema starting a culture where people can disrespect politicians however they see fit?
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