BLF leader to Juju: 'I want my 10 thou...it was my last 10 thou'

BLF leader to Juju: 'I want my 10 thou...it was my last 10 thou'

- Black Land First leader Andile Mngxitama shared a video in which he asks Malema to pay back R10k owed to him

- Mngxitama claims Malema borrowed the money to register the EFF, but instead spent it at an entertainment venue

- The BLF leader accuses Malema of receiving money from businessman Adriano Mazzotti

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BLF leader Andile Mngxitama turned to social media in an attempt to get the money he says EFF leader Julius Malema owes him.

Mngxitama posted a video talking about the R10 000 he gave to Malema to register the EFF. Mngxitama claims it was his last R10k.

It has been four years since Malema registered the EFF.

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Mngxitama stated he has a lot of debt, like many of his fellow black South Africans. He also said the EFF leader does not have debt because he has "Mazzotti money".

According to Mngxitama, Malema blew the R10 000 at News Cafe, a popular hangout.

This "give-back-my-money" claim follows other claims that the EFF is linked to Adriano Mazzotti, controversial businessman, according to a report by EWN.

Briefly.co.za reported earlier that the EFF has not responded to Jacques Pauw's allegations that Melema received a payment from an alleged tobacco smuggler.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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