- A local woman has thanked the EFF for reportedly helping an elderly grandma out of prison
- Heading to her Twitter account, @Nteboheng40 shared a thank you message aswell as pictures of the gogo being released
- Mzansi certainly had mixed reactions to the post and headed to the comments section to share their thoughts
It seems EFF CIC Julius Malema has stuck to his word helping free a local granny from imprisonment following her involvement in the recent looting action. The gogo first made waves after snaps of her arrest went viral online.
Heading to her Twitter account, EFF supporter @Nteboheng40 shared the news.
"#EFF This is something the South African media won't write about. Our Granny is home, #EFFTuns8 Mokgatlho wa wa madimo Le batho #ThankYouEFF," she captioned the post.
The young woman also shared a snap of the gogo and her legal team alongside a member of the EFF. The three men definitely seem happy to have her out.
Social media users, however, had mixed reaction to the post with many questioning what the granny was doing stealing in the first place. Still, others felt sorry for the granny and thanked the EFF for helping her out of a tough spot.
Check out some of the comments below:
"You acting as if Granny didn't do anything wrong."
"What was granny doing in the first place? She could have thought of the consequences."
"The pain of the granny because of VBS."
"You have no business judging here. Go judge your own gran who probably also took sugar at bass house for you to have tea."
"Don't be misled ngwaneso. Malema o useless hampe wena botsa nna."
"Eish,,,God bless this organization really as well as our CCT members including our Commander in Chief.."
EFF leader Julius Malema back online following the temporary ban, Mzansi reacts
Meanwhile, Briefly News earlier reported that Economic Freedom Fighters Commander-in-Chief Julius Malema is now back on Twitter and has urged his followers to find an elderly woman who was arrested. The woman was found among the looters in Gauteng and her picture has gone viral on social media platforms, Malema now says he wants to ensure the Gogo is safe.
Juju’s Twitter account was temporarily suspended on Tuesday amid talks that he also contributed to violent protests and looting in Mzansi.
However, he posted on the same platform that he has dispatched a team of legal representatives to look for the woman at various police stations.
The post reads:
“She's not your gogo. She a gogo of my friend's mother and she was looting fortunately she fine. Don't bother.”
“Welcome back Commander In Chief, you can't be silenced. Gogo will be found.”
“Please help VBS Gogos to locate their hard-earned money from your bank account! They are still waiting!.”
“No bail for looters of our South African shops regardless of age she should have stayed home regardless of hunger or whatever reason might be.”
“Welcome back, how was Twitter prison?”
“So you are now supporting Zuma? Mara wena ha o tsebe o batlang seriously.”
“Where are the haters, short-lived celebration and evil wishes. Welcome back Mr President.”
“Nooooooooooooo there are so many Hungry Gogo's out there stop looking for leso sigebengu saGogo. Where her Pension fund? @Julius_S_Malema look for hungry Gogo's abangaboshiwe.”
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