- The EFF's leader says there's no plot against President Ramaphosa and that he's just paranoid
- Malema added that Ramaphosa wants the country to feel sorry for him so he can use the state's resources against his enemies
- However, Malema also feels that Ramaphosa won't last long as president
Julius Malema doesn't believe there's a plan to dethrone President Cyril Ramaphosa but it doesn't mean he'll last long.
Malema feels that President Ramaphosa is trying to get sympathy from South Africans so he can use state resources to take on his enemies.
The EFF leader accused the president of being paranoid. Malema added that Ramaphosa wouldn't last long as president because he only won his presidency by a small margin.
Malema did say that there are ANC members who work day and night to get rid of the president, according to The Citizen.
There is no plot against Ramaphosa. That’s what all the ANC presidents do. They claim there is a plot so that they can misuse state resources. I mean, who can threaten Ramaphosa? Ramaphosa is even so scared of Zuma that he is even willing to pay for his legal costs.
Malema feels that it does not make sense that Zuma would meet with his supporters to make such plans if he has a bunker in Nkandla.
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