Expelled ANCYL president Julius Malema should consider helping ANC to canvass for the 2014 IEC election, Malema should not even think of binding with another party or voting for another party but should remain loyal to the ANC despite his expulsion. He can be a supporter of the ANC and reap the benefits once the 2014 elections have concluded in favor of the ANC.
He is seen as the enemy of the current ANC leadership but in respect of the ANC, even enemies can unite and help what makes them fight grow bigger and better. Jesus said that ‘…if your enemy is thirsty, give him water to drink, by doing that you will be setting off the burning coals in his chest…’ Malema can also do the same to the ANC by helping them win the elections majorly because the ANC is thirsty for more votes and need every human to water its body.
There is nothing to lose but once the ANC’s votes decrease and ANC lose the number of seats in parliament, and eventually losing the elections in the next coming elections then there is no reason for Julius to come back anymore. The Zuma-Malema legacy has destroyed the unity of the ANC and Cyril Ramaphosa must restore unity and peace between these factions once appointed president.
Malema’s dream of leading the ANC and inheriting the ANC while in leadership hasn’t come to an end. The charges which he is facing will not terminate him from the leadership of this country, he is still a leader and will certainly make a difference once he’s again given a chance to lead the party.
“Never be discouraged by politics of convenience, they will not last long. Let’s have hope for a better tomorrow” said Malema on twitter, let’s truly hope there’s a better tomorrow for the sake of the ANC.
Malema should take hid of good advice and make the “…better tomorrow” even sooner than expected.
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