Malema hails Robert Mugabe

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Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema said on Tuesday that he wanted to emulate Robert Mugabe and congratulated the Zimbabwean leader on being re-elected president.

Speaking from Nigeria where he was visiting spiritual leader TB Joshua for “blessings” and “divine intervention”, Malema said that he — like Mugabe — was merely misunderstood, according to an eNCA report.

The former ANCYL leader said that Mugabe’s success at the polls should be celebrated.

“They have made their wishes very clear… and we want to congratulate President Mugabe because he has returned the land to the people and Zimbabwe will be one of the fewest African countries which is truly owned by Africans,” he said, according to the eNCA report.

Watch the eNCA interview below.

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    Collin Mackenzie 7 years ago

    You boy well said Malema

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    Hango Yapalala 7 years ago

    WWW: WILD WORLD OF WEIDOS!

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    Rudadiso 7 years ago

    Where exactly are these Zimbabweans who own land and what are they doing with it? how come we keep having to import food and continue to be fed by The British snd the Americans?

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    Rudadiso 7 years ago

    Where exactly are these Zimbabweans who own land and what are they doing with it? how come we keep having to import food and continue to be fed by The British snd the Americans?

    Malema claims he is misunderstood, “just like Mugabe”! What hogwash. You are both thieves; you owe the tax man 16 million rand. How did you make so much money in duch a short space of time? Your hero Mugabe is busy mortgaging the country to the Chinese.

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      Kevin Watson 7 years ago

      Why I ask are all these Zimbabweans (an estimated 2m) with land in South Africa?

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    imvi dzechembere 7 years ago

    Taura hako Rudadiso the issue is not about owning the land but hw effectively are we using this land. Surely there are some deserving Zimbos who have made meaningful contributions thru the use of land. Whats this percentage? Far less than 10%. Malema ngatikwanire,opembedza n’anga neinobata mai.

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    Start Thinking 7 years ago

    Please all you mentally colonized spoiled children of imperialism, the land is with people of Zimbabwe and there are farming. i myself am a farmer a proud. Go get your self some land and stop waning like a wambulance (wa wa wa wa)

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    Mashinga P 7 years ago

    You guys have yu ever been farming. How much do yu need in terms of inputs , labour and transport to produce 1hectare of maize. And after producing Biti spends the whole year without paying for the maize. You expect me to plant maize again. We are doing well with tobacco. I bought two car and a house from tobacco and you guys just morn. We will grow maize when the conditions are right, we have enough for ourselves, tough luck for those like you. But remember we voted for ZANU PF so that we get farming funding and its coming. In the farms, we organised ourselves, with our wives, children and our workers to vote for ZANU PF and we did it.

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    reason 7 years ago

    crap, there are no 2 million Zimbabweans in South AFRICA, but instead there are about 7 million Boers from Europe in South Africa who are clinging on to the natives’ natural resources and lands. This talk of 2 million Zimbabweans is an exaggerated poly by the Boers and their puppets to discourage the South Africans what is rightfully theirs.

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    So why are we e poorest country in SADC. B4 we were e bread basket bt now we are a net importer of food.

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      No matter what happens you will always be poor for asking that question and thinking it was the right question to ask. ZANU has people driven policies not international show off policies like south Africa where the country is praised as first world but native blacks live in abject poverty. Please google Thomas sankara and learn about what president Mugabe is trying to do.