The EFF is not done yet: Cyril does not qualify to lead South Africa, says Julius Malema

The EFF is not done yet: Cyril does not qualify to lead South Africa, says Julius Malema

- Julius Malema said Ramaphosa is not fit to be the South African president

- Juju added if Ramaphosa believes he is qualified to be the head of state, then he should call an early elections

- The EFF leader added he would never return to the ANC, saying Ramaphosa's party would be just as corrupt as Zuma's

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Even though the ANC was set to support the EFF's motion of no confidence, the opposing party said they would not participate in the process of electing a new president.

Julius Malema said his party would call on the dismissing of parliament in favour of early elections, the Daily Sun reported.

"The EFF will therefore not participate in the election of a new President to replace Zuma because we do not want to legitimate anyone from the ruling party," Juju said.

READ ALSO: 5 things President Ramaphosa should do first gathered the EFF leader said if the ANC of Ramaphosa was honest and serious about changing the situation in the ruling party, they should call for early elections.

In a tweet Juju added he does not believe Ramaphosa qualified to be the head of state. He added if Ramaphosa thought he qualified for presidency, he should go for an election.

Malema said if Ramaphosa became president he would replace Zuma's corrupt minions with his own thieves.

Malema pointed out the recent appointment of Sifiso Dabengwa as an Eskom board member by Ramaphosa.

Juju added the EFF does not have trust in the ANC leadership, saying that those elected after Zuma's resignation would be nothing more than substitutes in the same corruption game.

Malema also told journalist he would rather be a political analyst than go back to the ANC.

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