FLASHBACK: Teenage Ndlozi charms Twitter

2017-12-05 16:25

Cape Town - "I want to bring about the change, I believe I was born for a change," were the words spoken by a teenage Mbuyiseni Ndlozi in 2002.

In a video that recently emerged on social media, the Economic Freedom Fighters' spokesperson was being interviewed on Morning Live, a breakfast show on SABC2 as a Grade 11 pupil.

He had won the Young Communicator Award. 

Ndlozi, who will be receiving his doctorate in political studies from the University of the Witwatersrand, passionately elaborated on pursuing his studies in psychology, because he wants to "deal with people".

Here are some reactions to the video of the "people's bae" on social media.




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