Juju spends some isolation time with his son in in adorable clip

Juju spends some isolation time with his son in in adorable clip

- Julius Malema is taking the measures put into place to stop the spread of the coronavirus seriously

- The EFF leader posted a video of himself self-isolating in his home

- Juju spent the day with his son and adorably had him tied to his back

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Julius Malema is not taking any chances with the coronavirus in South Africa. The EFF head is leading by example and he posted a sweet video on Twitter to prove it.

Juju was filmed self-isolating at home and he spent some time with his youngest son. Malema captioned the post:

"Self-isolation, stay at home cadres."

Take a look at the video below:

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South Africans loved Juju's video and the clip gathered over 41 000 views in just over an hour.

Social media user, @Kayman65262770, commented:

"He banna, the chief taking responsibility."

Thabo Malete, who goes by the Twitter handle @ThaboFresh, wrote:

"Aowa my leader, that one you just order him to sleep he'll do exactly that."

Another tweep, @swaznegger, added:

"Real fatherhood, fathers who don’t run away from their families."

Some liked the video so much it even became a challenge - the #JujuChallenge.

Twitter user, @thapelo100000, wrote:

"My CIC is such a trendsetter, now let's wait and see as the #Jujuchallenge trends."

More people are urged to stay at home as the coronavirus cases continue to rise in SA. Briefly.co.za earlier reported the total number of confirmed coronavirus cases in South Africa has climbed to 402.

This comes with a steep 128 spike from the results released on Sunday. Minister Zweli Mkhize confirmed that the government would update the nation later this evening.

In a statement released by the Department of Health, Mkhzie confirmed that a considerable increase in verified cases was noted:

"Fellow South Africans, as of today, South Africa now has 402 confirmed cases of Covid-19. This means there has been an increase of 128 from yesterday's announcement."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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