EFF condemns 'racist' attack, encourages supporters to wear regalia

EFF condemns 'racist' attack, encourages supporters to wear regalia

The EFF has issued a scathing statement on the recent altercation involving one of their supporters at a Gauteng Engen station. In a viral video, Pastor Rob Rambebu can be seen pulling into the garage, only to be attacked by a stranger in an allegedly racist altercation.

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Pastor Rob Rambebu has accused his attacker of targeting him simply for wearing an EFF cap, and the party isn't having any of it.

The Economic Freedom Fighters have issued a statement on the attack, supporting the victim's claims that the incident had been racially motivated, reports The South African.

The party threatens to retaliate if 'white racists' continue to confront supporters, encouraging followers to continue wearing branded regalia.

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In the statement, the party condemns the incident, commenting that:

“The EFF Gauteng condemn the cruel attack on Rob Rambebu by two racist white men in Roodepoort. In a democratic dispensation, everyone is allowed their freedom of association. It can’t be correct that if white racists attack our members without provocation, we must remain silent.”

The Red Berets have called on police to arrest the perpetrators, insisting that the matter be heard in court as soon as possible.

The party concluded by revealing that they are working hand-in-hand with law enforcement to trace both assailants, who can be seen in the video.

While only one of the two men carried out the assault, his accomplice did little to stop his attack. The police has confirmed that there is an investigation underway,

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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