- Julius Malema recently headed online where he expressed how much he loves Tokyo Sexwale
- In his post, Malema says that he wants to support the former political activist, however is reluctant to do so for various reasons
- Many South Africans swiftly headed to the comment section where they shared their thoughts on Malema's post
Recent times have seen South African politician Tokyo Sexwale in many headlines as allegations of corruption plague his name. The EFF's Julius Malema recently decided to share his opinion on the matter.
In a tweet online, Malema expresses just how much love he has for Sexwale and that he really wants to support him, but he has certain reservations about doing so. His tweet was accompanied by a clip of a woman expressing how tired she was of corruption in South Africa.
"I love #TokyoSexwale and I want to support him. Mara hai," Malema wrote in his tweet.
His many fans and followers have had this to say about the Twitter post:
"You speaking like something is stopping you from supporting him,what is it? Tswaka tsona CIC."
"Sexwale can be a good actor. Imagine him as boss in an action movie."
"That man has been looking to become president all his life. On the other hand he's trying to protect his Trillion scandal. It's hard trusting people like him!!!"
"You’ve softened up CIC, Tokyo needs to be embraced, hugged and shown love in order to keep from wreaking havoc inside that corrupt tent."
Briefly News earlier reported that ANC veteran Tokyo Sexwale has laid a complaint with the Hawks over his claims that billions of rand were looted from a special fund set up to improve the lives of South Africans.
According to Sexwale, the fund was created to support plans former president Jacob Zuma announced regarding infrastructure improvement and education projects in 2017. The businessman and ANC veteran also claimed that the money had been stolen from the Reserve Bank and distributed to 18 commercial banks within South Africa.
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