Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema took to Twitter to respond to the news of the South African National Defense Force being sent to Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal to help the police with dealing with the Jacob Zuma protesters.
Julius posted a message on Twitter in which he seemingly threatens to include the EFF supporters in the protests if the SANDF gets involved in the Jacob Zuma protests.
However, unfortunately for Julius Malema, his Twitter post was met with some backlash from South Africans on Twitter as many of them attacked the EFF leader for what he said, look how people are responding…
“We have always been saying this thing is NOT a leader. He has always called for the jailing of Zuma today he sings a different tune.”
“You see on this one, you are on your own. We voted for you some of us, but this statement is unfortunate and disappointing. We can never tolerate anarchy because we can’t differ with you. This is disappointing”
“This crazy from you Julius Malema, we need to restore peace in the country not this nonsense your saying. Im a EFF member but this time I disagree with you.”
“All I know is that people are going to be killed, and malema is not one of them 🙏🏿”
“So in other words you are condoning what’s happening? The soldiers will deal with them whether you like it or not. You’ve been wanting for the longest of time for SA to be a failed state, now you see your opportunity. O bodile gampe wena 🤡”
“When it’s over you’ll go back to your house in sandton with all the malls still intact around you as you’re tweeting in sandton”
No soldiers on our streets! Otherwise, we are joining. All fighters must be ready… they won't kill us all. We need a political solution to a political problem, not soldiers.#NoToSoldiers
— Julius Sello Malema (@Julius_S_Malema) July 12, 2021