Tweeps poke fun at Juju's fraud charges: "On-Point engineering" releases pics of the bridges it built

Tweeps poke fun at Juju's fraud charges: "On-Point engineering" releases pics of the bridges it built

Julius Malema would be prosecuted by a tag-team between AfriForum and Gerrie Nel over alleged fraud charges dating back to 2012.

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The EFF leader had shares in On-Point engineering, a construction company that received a R43 million tender from the government to build various roads and bridges in Limpopo.

Juju just cameout of the ANCYL as the time and a probe done by former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela found the EFF leader improperly benefited from the tender.

She found R100 000 was deposited into the Malema Ratanang Family Trust for 17 months, totalling R2.17 million.

There was also R200 000 'unspecified loans' pad into the trust. However, tweeps saw an opportunity to poke fun at Juju and the engineering company linked to him.

A parody account, Emma Turd, posted a pic on Twitter of On-Point engineering releasing photos of the bridges it built.

"BREAKING: #Malema defiant in face of #Afriforum fraud case, as On Point Engineering releases images of all the bridges it built in Limpopo with public money.", the post read.

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Tweeps obviously found the images hilarious, joining in on the joke.

"Aitsa! We'll there you go! Irrefutable proof of On Point Engineering's construction brilliance. This will certainly make up the portfolio of evidence that will be used by the Peoples Lawyer to defend the Peoples Man, the cic Morena Julius Malema!", Hendrik Botha commented.

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