Tweeps dub the EFF the winning team: Juju's party is our last hope for jobs

Tweeps dub the EFF the winning team: Juju's party is our last hope for jobs

With the 2019 elections getting closer by the day, social media users took to Twitter to say who they think would win the race- and according to some it's Juju's party.

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Tweeps praised the Economic Freedom Fighters for all they have been doing, adding they were the front runners in next year's national elections.

Social media user @SixoGcilishe wrote, "Nayi le walk... the winning team #EFFTurns5."

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The post gathered a lot of reactions from tweeps and many agreed the EFF was the right choice for South Africa next year.

Social media user Thabo wrote, "Young blood who are running this country at 6%. It's not about always about majority it is about quality content that you have. #inspired!"
"The in coming ruling party...the walk of cic# EFF 5th anniversary," @Paledi06715461 commented.

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Juju and his party have been reaching out to South Africans who are in desperate need of help. As Briefly.co.za reported previously, Malema was elected Black Twitter's president after he vowed to build a disabled lady a home.

The EFF leader sat down with Pumelela Kati where he promised to build her a house to accommodate her disability.

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