Jackson Mthembu is always drunk - ANCYL deputy launches scathing attacks

2016-11-13 14:45

Durban – ANC Youth League Deputy President Desmond Moela on Sunday attacked a member of the ANC as well as former public protector Thuli Madonsela. 

Moela was speaking at the Youth League eThekwini Regional conference in Durban.

His first victim was ANC chief whip Jackson Mthembu whom he called a drunk. 

“Jackson Mthembu is always drunk. Whenever he has to speak he must drink Jack Daniels.”

Moela went on to criticise former public protector Thuli Madonsela saying she needed to leave the ANC alone. 
“Can she leave in peace? Why can’t she shut up? Can she get a boyfriend please?”

He also called for anarchy with discipline. 

“Anarchy must be the order of the day at some stage. They must see that young people are alive. We must try to organise ourselves and give them anarchy – but anarchy with discipline.”


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