- Ntando Duma has received her EFF artist relief pay cheque
- The TV presenter took to social media to reveal her good news
- Some EFF supporters have agreed that Ntando deserves the relief fund because of her loyalty to the party
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Ntando Duma is smiling all the way to the bank amid the Covid-19 lockdown in Mzansi.
The TV presenter and MC took to social media to reveal that she had been paid by the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) through their artists relief fund.
Ntando has always performed at the EFF's rallies even when other celebs were sceptical of being associated with the political party during its early days.
"Woke up to a bank notification with a reference 'EFF Relief Fund' Yerr man! Juju."
Rapper Fifi Cooper also hinted that she might have been paid by the EFF.
She replied to Ntando's tweet:
"Thank notification, the best notification FNB has ever sent ka 2020."
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TimesLIVE reports that EFF leader Julius Malema recently announced the party had taken a decision to financially support all artists who have been with the party since day one.
"All musicians and entertainers who have ever been on our stage or event will get financial support to help ease the economic burden caused by Covid-19."
EFF supporters said Ntando deserved getting financial support from the party because of her loyalty.
"You deserve it Ntando we were with you when most of them hate and scared to perform in EFF rallies sitsi salute."
"True my leader she was with us when it was not fashionable, when artists rejected EFF as if leprosy is EFF. You deserve it @dumantando20 your performance in Kanyamazane stadium EFF 6th anniversary was outstanding and will never go in vain."
"Wena you are deserving, you've visibly stood with EFF when it wasn't popular for artists to do so. Siyakubongela."
"Ntando is a proud EFF member who supports them and attends their gatherings noma kuphi she’s now enjoying the fruits of her labour."
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