Ntsiki Mazwai predicts what would change if the EFF wins the elections

Ntsiki Mazwai predicts what would change if the EFF wins the elections

With the 2019 national elections approaching fast, Ntsiki Mazwai took to social media to make a prediction.

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Mazwai took to Twitter to predict what would happen if the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) won next year's elections.

According to TshisaLIVE, the poet said if Juju's party comes out victorious, the children and grandchildren of struggle icons, who had been living their best lives without lifting a finger, would be kicked off the gravy train.

"When EFF gets into power, the struggle kids and grandkids who don't have any skills or talents... gravy train ends there," she captioned the post.

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However, Briefly.co.za gathered she did not stop there. Mazwai went on to use Madiba's grandchild as an example, listing the failure of Afro Worldview to prove her point.

"Now that Afro world view is dead- who else was surprised with me when Mandela's grandchild with ZERO history in media was a shareholder," she wrote.

Some tweeps agreed with her, and it even appeared as if they were excited to see the fall of the luxurious struggle kids.

Ngwanya, who goes by @lwando_somcho, wrote: "Oo"my grand father taught me" wasn't he in robben island kanti?"

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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