Jonathan Moyo take part in Malema challenge

Jonathan Moyo take part in Malema challenge
Published: 16 April 2018 (357 Views)
The #JuliusMalemaChallenge was abuzz on Saturday afternoon following the Economic Freedom Fighters’ (EFF) speech at Winnie Madikizela-Mandela’s funeral at Orlando stadium in Soweto.

During his speech, Malema said those who betrayed Madikizela-Mandela while she was still alive were at her funeral. He then asked for her to send a signal on what should be done to deal with the critics now that she’s gone.

Twitter users joined in the chorus and called for a signal on how to deal with people who are behind high data prices, VAT and bogus churches.

Jonathan Moyo decided to also take part in the challenge.

"Mama even some rogue commanders who staged a military coup in Zimbabwe claiming to be 'Lestoling Regacy' against alleged criminals surrounding President Mugabe but ended up targeting Mugabe are here as Vice Presidents. Signal what we must do to them mama.."



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