Steven Tau
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31 Mar 2016
1:57 pm

Jacob Zuma’s home is jail-Malema

Steven Tau

"Whether he goes to Nkandla or Luthuli House (ANC headquarters), we will follow him."-Malema

EFF commander-in-chief Julius Malema briefs the media. File Picture: Neil McCartney

Immediately after his removal, President Jacob Zuma will be followed and arrested, EFF leader Julius Malema warned on Thursday.

Speaking at a media briefing which sought to respond to the Constitutional Court ruling on the controversial Nkandla matter, Malema did not mince his words when he said Zuma has become a liability to South Africa.

“Whether he goes to Nkandla or Luthuli House (ANC headquarters), we will follow him.
“Zuma’s home is jail….once he is out of office, we need to relook into all the corruption issues he has been involved in and I can guarantee you that he is going straight to jail,” he said.

Malema also said that he was inspired by General Siphiwe Nyanda and other MK generals who also spoke out and expressed concern at the recent events that have rocked the ruling ANC, particularly the once involving the Gupta family.

“Unlike that cook (referring to Kebby Maphatsoe), who lost his hand, not because he was in a battle field, but was running away, the generals spoke out as true freedom fighters,” Malema said.

Meanwhile he urged all South Africans, irrespective of political affiliation to unite and organise a march which will call for the removal of the