- The Economic Freedom Fighters' 2nd national people's assembly will soon take place
- More than 600 media personnel showed interest in attending this conference
- However, the EFF has announced that only 150 people will be allowed to attend
The EFF will have its second national people's assembly soon and many media personnel are hoping to attend it.
The red berets will choose their new leadership and everyone is curious to see what will happen at the conference.
But of the 625 RSVPs that the party received from media, only 150 people will be able to attend.
The Freedom Fighters will not be able to accommodate such a large number of attendees and released a statement to clarify the matter.
Briefly.co.za gathered that the NPA will start on 13 December and end on 16 December. It will take place in Nasrec, Johannesburg.
Meanwhile, Julius Malema dared the government to arrest him on corruption charges
The EFF leader is adamant that he is innocent and that if he was guilty the government should arrest him. He is claiming to be the target of a political attack and is due to be re-elected as the leader of the EFF soon.
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