Ndlozi Explains Why DA Will Be Heading To Parliament With Doom Insect Killer


Ahead of today’s Parliamentary question and answer, scheduled to hold at 14h00, the spokesperson of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) says National Speaker Madam Baleka Mbete might be facing a harsher opposition if she continues acting unfairly.

The fighter was speaking in reference to a Parliamentary scuffle that broke out between the DA and Mbete on Monday.

During Parliamentary session on Monday, Mbete ordered DA MPs out of the house after DA MP Denise Robinson dubbed president Zuma #JZ783. The eke-name was coined from the 783 charges against Zuma.

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Pulling on the speaker, Ndlozi told Mbete to get herself together for today’s showdown because the DA would be coming to Parliament with Doom insect killer. And, that the opposition party will spray it on her if she repeats her unfair ruling.

Mbuyiseni Ndlozi @MbuyiseniNdlozi posted: “It’s reported that DA members will be bringing Doom to the sitting at 14h00 to spray Madam Baleka Mbete should she repeat her unfair rulings #DoomProphet”

Today, President would be making his last appearance before members of the Parliament for the last session of this year’s Parliamentary question-and-answer.

Zuma would be answering six questions from MPs. DA leader, Mmusi Maimane would be firing one of the questions to the president.

As gathered, Maimane will be asking Zuma to confirm or deny if he or his lawyers encouraged ministers Mosebenzi Zwane and Des van Rooyen to launch applications to stop the release of the state capture report.

The United Democratic Movement (UDM) leader Bantu Holomisa, will also like to know if Zuma applied his mind to Minister Zwane’s proposal for a judicial inquiry into the decision of the country’s big four banks to sever ties with the Gupta family-controlled company, Oakbay Investments.

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Zuma would also answer striking questions on the fees must fall campaign and on whether the government has reached consensus with students on tuition fees for 2017.