- On Monday, Godrich Gardee started moonlighting as a candidate attorney
- EFF leader Julius Malema could not have been prouder of his party's head of international relations
- Juju posted a snap of Gardee and gushed about the "future lawyer"
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On 2 March, Godrich Gardee officially started moonlighting as a candidate attorney and Julius Malema was clearly proud.
The EFF leader took to social media to share a snap of Gardee and wrote a touching caption in which he called the party's head of international relations "my lawyer".
Juju's post read:
"Head of @EFFSouthAfrica International relations today started moonlighting as a candidate attorney. Congratulations, my future lawyer."
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Take a look at Malema's tweet below:
Previously, Briefly.co.za reported the former EFF secretary general officially obtained his LLB degree from the University of South Africa (UNISA).
The EFF filled the front row at Gardee's graduation ceremony as they showed him support. Taking to their Twitter page, Unisa posted a pic of the EFF members, including Juju, showing their comrade support.
"@EFFSouthAfrica led by President @Julius_S_Malema in front row to witness SG #GardeeGraduates attaining his LLB degree @unisa . #2018UnisaGraduates #UnisaGrad #DefineTomorrow", Unisa captioned the post.
Meanwhile, another EFF member has cause for celebration. Dali Mpofu's son, Sizwe Mpofu-Walsh, has successfully completed his PhD at the renowned Oxford University in the UK.
Sizwe passed his doctorate in philosophy and the EFF politician could not not have been prouder. Taking to social media, Mpofu posted snaps of his son and gushed about his magnificent feat.
His post read:
"Cometh The Hour...Cometh The Son...Cometh The Doctor. Today was a very big and tense day of the Doctor of Philosophy panel interview at Oxford University to defend the thesis. News just in: we made it. So you can call me proud father of the doctor loading... or just uTata ka."
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