- Mbuyiseni Ndlozi recently headed to Twitter to praise a young man who graduated from University
- In the post, Ndlozi explains that it is the same young man that had been criticized for supporting the EFF while he was still in high school
- The post received mixed reactions from both proud EFF supporters and those who were against the party
The EFF's Mbuyiseni Ndlozi recently took to Twitter to celebrate the graduation of a young South African EFF supporter, Olwethu. According to the post, the same young man had once been criticized for openly supporting the party while he was still in high school.
The post features pictures of the student alongside other students holding up a poster that reads "EFF our last hope of getting the land back." The caption also explains that the then high school student was chastised for his political views.
"This morning I received news from sis Ntsiki that her son, Yamkela Mbabama has completed his BCom Finance Degree with Wits and will do honours next year Olwethu, who is in UKZN will complete next year, I’m overjoyed! Back in 2017, these boys were chastised for this picture!," wrote Ndlozi.
Soon the post was flooded with comments, some of which you can read below.
"And There You have it...EFF is indeed the Future!!! Whether we didn't win any Ward or noma They Put South Africa Xenophobic Vote us or Not and whether @afriforum keep charging our Leaders oksalayo EFF is the Future!"
"Education became a fashion ONLY when @EFFSouthAfrica came into inception...No to Tenderpreneurs."
"He will do well in South Africa, he will grow up like the rest of the ANC and EFF and put that finance degree to use by stealing public funds, congrats."
In other Briefly.co.za news reports, a leaked email from Department of Women, Children, and People Living with Disability has revealed that parliament will be inviting public members to comment on draft National Youth Development Agency (NYDA) Amended Bill.
In an exclusive interview with Briefly.co.za, DA Youth leader and Member of Parliament, Luyolo Mphithi confirmed that he is aware of the draft NYDA Amended Bill but he also criticized the timing of public participation.
"The only explanation I can think of right now is that, the ruling party is trying to hijack the system while most people are not paying attention to governance legal issues. As DA youth we will use every available avenue to make that the public participation is extended until all young South African have the chance to share their views on the draft NYDA Amendment Bill’’
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