EFF's Shivambu has a #TBT - What's happened since the EFF's birth 5 years ago

EFF's Shivambu has a #TBT - What's happened since the EFF's birth 5 years ago

- The Economic Freedom Fighters will soon be celebrating its 5th birthday and members of the party are looking forward to saluting their political icons

- South Africans joined Floyd Shivambu in praising the EFF on social media

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EFF chief whip Floyd Shivambu is proud to be part of the third largest political party in South Africa and he shared his pride on social media.

He posted a tweet with the caption:

It was on this day Five Years ago when we were planning for the first public consultation meeting on What is to be Done?
#EFFTurns5 and we have a long journey ahead of us. The EFF will abolish black people’s landlessness, and have started.

Shivambu shared the same message on Facebook, and EFF members quickly voiced their agreement.

@nathi32836102 - Kusazonyiwa!!! If #EFF wasn't formed our youth still wouldn't have a voice, a lot of issues in this country would still not be fixed, the ANC would still be sitting comfortably and unshaken in their corrupt position of power! Viva #EFF the struggle continues!
@Sonwabodolf - You are here to stay EFF gave the youth of South Africa a voice #EFF MY VOICE
@KebautlwileMpho - Happy birthday to the movement of the people. May it grow in strength, vision and membership.

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