Julius Malema says the state capture inquiry is stealing from the poor

Julius Malema says the state capture inquiry is stealing from the poor

- Economic Freedom Fighters' leader, Julius Malema, is unimpressed with the state capture inquiry commission

- Malema called the commission a "Mickey Mouse show" and said it steals from the poor

- According to Malema, the commission is not what he fought hard to have established

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Julius Malema recently had a few chosen words for the state capture inquiry. According to him, the inquiry is stealing money from the poor.

Malema pointed out that the commission resides in an expensive building and added that the building is owned by the media organisations that are constantly defending Pravin Gordhan.

EWN reports that Malema also questioned the efficiency of the commission and called it a "Mickey Mouse show".

How does Judge Zondo sleep at night knowing that he is presiding over a commission that is stealing the money of the poor?

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The EFF leader was addressing supporters in Parktown outside the commission, just after Pravin Gordhan appeared to testify.

Malema also said the EFF will, at their own time, appear before the commission. He added that he spent many sleepless nights ensuring the commission is established.

When we want to defend it in court, we had a particular image of what this commission would look like, not this Micky Mouse we’re seeing now.

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Malema doesn't think m Gordhan, and he is always making sure everyone knows it:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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