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Open letter to Malema

2014-05-05 07:29
thailor Comments: 24 Article views: 4272
Dear Mr Malema.

Let me address you appropriately. Son of the people, the fearless leader, CIC, Fighter JS Malema. I have a very sensitive and emotional question for you.

Since well you have a charismatic character, you led the youth masses to vote for Zuma in 2009. You also knew all along by then until your expulsion, the corrupt and unacceptable practices of the ANC but kept quite.

As the citizens of these country, we do trust what you are telling us. 'Ke wena kgodu e txwang lerotseng'.

You also tried to apologise and continue to be part of Zanc. If the expulsion didn't take effect, when were you gonna speak out the truth? Can you please respond these to the fellow Africans during Tshela Thupa rally on Sunday and also express your deepest apology to us. Go Mao'lema go.

Rise EFF rise. You are indeed the Coming Revolution.

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