Ringo Madlingozi expresses concern about removal of EFF posters

Ringo Madlingozi expresses concern about removal of EFF posters

Economic Freedom Fighters’ supporters took to social media to complain about the unfairness on the political field. The EFF claims the cops removed their election posters were removed while those representing the Johannesburg Metro Police Department were not.

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Well-known musician, Ringo Madlingozi took to Twitter to express his concern that the JMPD’s David Tembe’s posters were still visible on the ramp of Woodmead into M1 South yet the police were spotted ripping down EFF posters.

EFF supporters took a positive approach to the matter and said remarked that they would not be perturbed by the political game as they knew in their hearts what to do on May 8, Briefly.co.za found.

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Another Twitter user asserted that no marketing was bad marketing and added that they were just strengthening the EFF’s position by removing posters and causing a controversy.

Other users were quick to point fingers, suggesting that it was the DA leadership administration making these calls.

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The EFF questioned the fairness in the political field after cops apparently removed election posters representing the party.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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