EFF’s Ndlozi Mbuyiseni Blows ANC To Pieces In Fresh Battle

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Taking to Twitter on Wednesday, the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) national spokesperson Ndlozi Mbuyiseni tore the ruling party limb from limb for arresting one of #RememberKhwezi protesters in the early hours of today.

As disclosed by Ndlozi, Naledi Chirwa was nabbed in her home in Mamelodi by the police for allegedly “contravening” the Fees Must Fall court order.

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“Police took #NalediChirwa from her bed, next to her infant child at 5am in the morning, to terrify her so
she never dares question the world,” Ndlozi posted on Twitter.

The fighter, who has been vocal in condemning police brutality on students, expressed worry over the allegation, questioning how Chirwa could have “contravened” the order when she was at home in Mamelodi.

He slammed the ANC for masterminding the arrest of the young woman for an act she did not commit. According to Ndlozi, the Zuma-led administration’s stance on the ongoing protests shows that “the state believes that violence and fear can fix anything”.



Nevertheless, the fighter asserted that the police can only end up arresting the students and not their ideas.

The EFF man said he wondered why students are shot and arrested “when the principal, the police and even Professor X all believe in free education. So, what is the problem?” he asked rhetorically.

Naledi Chirwa Granted Bail

Meanwhile, Chirwa has long been released. She was quickly granted bail at R,1000 after she appeared before the Pretoria Magistrate’s Court today. Her case will be heard in January 2017‚ according to Legal Shebeen ‏@legalshebeen on Twitter.

Naledi Chirwa, a 23-year-old mother of one, is EFF Student Command (EFFSC) national spokesperson. Her arrest is believed to relate to the University of Pretoria #UPshutdown campaign. She is currently studying drama at the University of Pretoria.

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Also on the long list of arrested students is #FeesMustFall student leader and former Wits SRC president Mcebo Dlamini. He was denied bail in the Johannesburg Magistrates court on Wednesday.

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