Step down grandpa, Malema urges Mugabe

Step down grandpa, Malema urges Mugabe

January 23 2017 – OUTSPOKEN EFF  leader Julius Malema has urged Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe to step down from from power, to protect his legacy, while denouncing the MDC T as western puppets, at a press conference in Johannesburg’s Braamfontein today.“Zimbabwe’s situation is bad. President Mugabe can’t even control a spade. He is no longer capable of discharging his responsibilities,” says  Malema quickly adding that he  nothing personal against Mugabe and supports most of his policies.

“We don’t hate the man. They can respond and insult us anyhow they want, but they are a group of cowards, those comrades in Zanu-PF to be scared to say to an old man like President Mugabe, please with due respect let go,” he adds.

Malema said his party was in support of most of Mugabe’s actions, especially on the land issue.

“His overstay is not doing justice on the African revolution project. He is destroying his own legacy.

We celebrate Mugabe. We celebrate what he has done and we will continue his legacy, but grandpa it’s enough now. You must let go and allow other people to continue that legacy,”says Malema.

Malema also blasted the opposition party, saying it’s not alternative in Zimbabwe.

“We are not even talking about MDC. MDC is not an alternative in Zim. It’s imperialist puppet that seeks to undermine the legitimate land question in Zimbabwe. We are not aligned to anything that seeks to reverse the land question and we genuinely believe that comrades in Zanu-PF who are young can continue,” says  Malema.  – eNCA visit