BLF leader Andile Mngxitama back on Twitter after suspension for hateful conduct

BLF leader Andile Mngxitama back on Twitter after suspension for hateful conduct

Andile Mngxitama, president of the BLF, has had his Twitter account returned to normal following a week-long suspension for hateful conduct

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Andile Mngxitama has returned to Twitter and has a lot to say about it. The BLF leader alleges that his account had been suspended by white people who couldn’t stand the black truth.

Briefly.co.za had reported earlier that under #MngxitamaHomeComing Andile, the BLF party, as well as its supporters, had rallied in support of the recent speech given by Mngxitama over the weekend.

A video showing the speech had gone viral, showing Andile Mngxitama revelling in his hateful propaganda.

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Upon his return to the social media platform, Mngxitama took the opportunity to announce his return.

“Black people, I’m back on Twitter. White people kicked me out because they can’t stand the black truth,” he said in the video.

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He revealed that he will be using a new handle @MngxitamaAndile to ‘continue the work they tried to stop us from doing’. Mngxitama went on to explain that there is a new ratio, one to five, a reference to his previous remark that for every black person murdered, five white people will in return be murdered.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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