Parliamentarian floored at the peace talks
The controversial and clamorous EFF leader Julius Malema and a security officer had a scuffle in Parktown, Johannesburg, on Monday when opposition parties met Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa.
In posted comments from many, it was believed the incidence was master-minded by the ANC in order to anguish the leader of the EFF, although a tweet malema posted on a day before the scuffle with the security officer makes it evident that malema’s attendance of the peace talk was not all free of blame, as malema refered to Ramaphosa as a buffallo
Good morning South Africa,back to EFF work.Now at 12:30 meeting leaders of all opposition parties,14hrs will meet Buffalo Ramaphosa.#Asijiki
— Julius Sello Malema (@Julius_S_Malema) November 24, 2014
On arriving at the parliament, Malema refused to subject himself to a routine search when asked to be searched by the security at the post, which lead to the EFF leader scuffle. Allegedly, malema exchanged words with the security personnel and called the designated security individuals thugs.
The Humiliation was further spread on the internet by twitter users , many of who saw the incident as a mere gambol
Malema floored lol security do your job #AttackAttack fool
— Leendofoxx (@LEENDOFOXX) November 25, 2014
— Sharon Moore♡ (@shaxyct) November 25, 2014
Shame, @Julius_S_Malema didn't last 1 round with a security guard today. Floored like a jelly baby. So much for calling himself a "fighter"
— Craig (@Another_craig) November 24, 2014
so funny seeing pictures of Julius Malema "floored"…so very funny… -_-
— Abongile Sekeleni (@FSekeleni) November 25, 2014
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