Tweeps react to young EFF supporters' graduation message: We are inspired by our leaders

Tweeps react to young EFF supporters' graduation message: We are inspired by our leaders

It is no secret that the Economic Freedom Fighters value the importance of a quality education, so it is no surprise that their followers are doing the same.

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Taking to social media, the EFF Student Command shared a photograph of two graduates with their infamous red berets on.

“The beauty of the EFFSC, CPUT. We are inspired by the likes of our top Leaders”, the photo was captioned.

According to the EFFSC CPUT Twitter page, the two ladies graduated with a qualification in Education.

Most tweeps congratulated the young EFF supporters on their achievement, adding they wished them the best of luck for the future.

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“Congrats and all the best in your careers. Educators are the backbone of our nation”, @IamKagisoZ commented.

However, not everyone thought it was something to be celebrated, but they were shut down by the administrators of the page.

“This is like applauding people for breathing. Students are expected to pass just as they are expected to breath”, a tweep commented, to which the EFFSC responded, “Tomorrow you'll say there's no necessity for people to mourn after the death of any because vele people are expected to die.”

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