- Julius Malema took to social media with an alleged official ANC document revealing failure to pay salaries
- Julius has no faith in Ramaphosa and called him an “Imaginary Billionaire President"
- Seeing what Julius had posted, many took to the comment section to share their thoughts
EFF leader Julius Malema took to social media with an alleged official ANC document which revealed that the party is having issues paying salaries. Julius feels that this is amusing as the president claims to have millions.
Taking to social media, Julius posted what looks to be an official ANC letter explaining that salaries will be paid late this month due to cash flow issues. Julius shared this with a comment about President Cyril Ramaphosa.
Julius has no faith in Ramaphosa and takes every opportunity that he can to expose the ANC.
“Imaginary Billionaire President @CyrilRamaphosa. Sies.”
Seeing what Julius had posted, many took to the comment section to share their thoughts. While some were not shocked by this as they expected nothing less from the ANC, others questioned the legitimacy of the document.
“With the money, these guys steal including this free state guy they really should be able to pay their staff. But Pule will likely say they didn’t create payday....”
“Thuma Mina is sent to destroy and stripped through the ANC of their funders living it relying on the white establishment and Ramaphosa associates so it would be easy to control and owning it.”
“Ace Magashule has stolen every cent now they can't pay low ranking members.”
“But the employees in his office are paid in time and never short paid.”
“You fail to understand that @CyrilRamaphosa is president of ANC not ANC please know the difference. Malema sometimes writes nonsense .... @Julius_S_Malema think please.”
Briefly.co.za previously reported that a reporter for SABC has thanked political party leader, Julius Malema for being his inspiration. @AbongileDumako shared images of himself in his graduation cap and gown to Twitter with a caption for Juju.
Abongile's Twitter bio states that he is a radio and TV news reporter for SABC News. It is unclear what qualification he graduated with. Somehow Abongile's post got to Juju and he responded under the tweet. Abongille's post read:
"Thank you for inspiring me to study. Making education fashionable @Julius_S_Malema does a lot in pushing some of us to want to study more. Enkosi mhlekazi."
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