Godrich Gardee may be an EFF politician, but he's a dad first

Godrich Gardee may be an EFF politician, but he's a dad first

Godrich Gardee is part of one of the most fearless politician parties in the country, whose mission is to better the lives of South African people.

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However, although most of his time is taken up by the duties he has as the Economic Freedom Fighters' Secretary-General, Gardee manages to make time to those most important to him- his children.

Taking to social media on Monday, the EFF SG shared a photo of him and two of his kids, whom he was dropping off at school.

"They insist I must take them to school whenever I am home during weekdays... #FamilyDuty," he captioned the post.

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The photo sparked quite the reaction from social media users, with many adding Gardee daughter looked like his twin.

Sipokazi Poswa-Lerot, who goes by the Twitter handle @LerotPoswa, wrote: "Did you know cloning is illegal? Your daughter looks just like you!"
Zikhona Dingile (@DingileZikhona) added, "ur daughter looks exactly like u."

One tweep, @neozahlabirwa, even suggested Gardee should start thinking about lobola for his daughter because he plans on marrying her in the future.

Other social media users added if Gardee was their father, they too would have wanted to spend as much time with him as possible.

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