- EFF leader Julius Malema once again called for unity in Africa
- Malema wants the entire continent to have one currency, one language and ultimately, one leader
- He suggested Swahili as the shared African language
Julius Malema is known to support the idea of Africa united against the rest of the world. He is passionate about 'decolonising' Africa and he wants that to happen as soon as possible.
Malema recently visited Rwanda during the 5th Pan-African Parliament. There he spoke about the importance of a united continent.
The EFF leader feels that Africa should have one currency, one language and one leadership.
In addition, Malema said it is important that there is a judicial system that acts against corruption in Africa. He is convinced corruption is the main reason Africa remains underdeveloped.
We need to ensure we come up with one binding legislature for all African countries to ensure that they comply with anti-corruption programmes.
According to a report by The Citizen, Malema also feels that free trade agreements in Africa is a good way to unite the continent.
Earlier this year, Malema spoke up about his wish to have Africa united under one language. He wants all Africans to Swahili and 'decolonise' themselves by doing away with English, as reported on by Briefly.co.za.
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