We will treat Ramaphosa the same as Zuma, warns EFF

We will treat Ramaphosa the same as Zuma, warns EFF

EFF leader Julius Malema has warned of more evidence in his possession which he claims will prove the money laundering allegations against President Cyril Ramaphosa.

Julius Sello Malema at media briefing May 2022

Malema briefed the media at the party’s headquarters in Marshalltown on Tuesday.

The party also released videos which it claims contains footage of the incident where suspects stole a large amount of foreign currency at Ramaphosa’s farm in Limpopo.

Ramaphosa is being accused of kidnapping and bribing robbers who stole more than $4 million.

The allegations came to light a week ago after former spy boss Arthur Fraser laid a criminal complaint against Ramaphosa.

The president has denied any wrongdoing.

“I wish to warn the president, I don’t speak to the president, I don’t even attend his meetings,” said Malema.

“The last meeting where he called the opposition party leaders I didn’t go because we are used as a rubber stamp.

I cannot attend meetings where after agreeing on something the president must still go and ask Johan   if he must implement that or not.

“So I stopped attending his meetings because he is not an honest man.”

“But I want to warn the president because there is more, there is more where money is counted in the plane, there is more where money in dollars with faces of the people is counted on the plane. Let them continue to push Fraser, there is more that this people have been doing in this country illegally, engaged in money laundering in illicit financial flows.”

The party wants Ramaphosa to step aside while investigations are ongoing.

“We gave Ramaphosa a chance to prove himself, he has dismally failed,” Malema said.

“We will treat him the same way we treated Zuma. He must leave the office with immediate effect because he has not respected his oath of office.

“Everywhere and anywhere, we find or see Ramaphosa, and we have an opportunity to stop him from speaking in the name of South Africa, we will do so. We call upon all the fighters and the ground forces to start treating Ramaphosa as such.

“We will start on Thursday, and it will be waya-waya until he let go of that office.”


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