The leader of the Fighters (EFF) Julius Sello Malema received an authoritative command from the police to account for some 2014 sins which are yet to be fully disclosed.
Reports have it that the Fighters’ Commander-in-Chief was handed a summons by the police just after he concluded a media briefing in Johannesburg.
While some of the reports simply related that the summons was over an incident at the University of the Free State in 2014, others highlighted that it’s over the EFF leader urging supporters to invade land.
Whichever way, Juju will appear before the Newcastle court on November 7, and the Bloemfontein court on November 14.
BuzzSouthAfrica is yet to get a feedback from EFF on the questions it offered the party regarding the issue.
Albeit, the deputy leader of the party, Floyd Shivhambu confirmed the summons asserting that it’s nothing but a “reflection of a desperate state and a manipulated captured state that is utilizing its state institutions to persecute the leader of the Freedom Fighters for something that happened a long time ago.”
At the media briefing, Malema expressed similar sentiment when he disclosed that the EFF will lead a massive protest action in the City of Tshwane on the 2nd of November 2016.
Among other things, Malema indicate that the protest action will be “unapologetically demanding” that Shaun Abrahams whom he described as “the NDPP of Zuma” step down as the National Prosecutions Authority.
Again, the EFF leader reiterated that the party is fully behind the programme of taking the struggle for free education to all the commanding heights of economic and political power in South Africa.
He called on the police and all security forces to act with restraint saying the nation does not want to witness another Marikana massacre afflicted on students by the violent and murderous regime of the ANC.
“The police and all security forces must be aware that they stand to directly benefit from the struggle for free education and should therefore not take instructions that seek to suppress the genuine and legitimate demands for free education,” Juju remarked.