A startling revelation, a person from Pakistan, who had a meeting with South African city of Johannesburg’s EFF’s MMC for Wellbeing and Security, Mgcini Tshwaku, has raised serious allegations related to blackmail and an insurance scheme. According to these claims, during their meeting, EFF representatives purportedly offered protection to individuals, regardless of their immigration status, in exchange for a specific sum of money. Their exact words: As long as you pay us, we will protect you, no matter what you do.
These accusations have cast a shadow of doubt on the credibility and intentions of a prominent South African political party, the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), known for their advocacy for economic and social justice. The EFF has recently faced criticism for their alleged involvement in illicit activities.
To ensure transparency, accountability, and the safety of all citizens and legal residents, it is imperative for the South African government to initiate a comprehensive investigation into these allegations. If proven true, the EFF could face a substantial loss of public trust and respect.
One of the Pakistani nationals who was part of the meeting with The EFF’s MMC for Safety and Security in the city of Jhb, Mgcini Tshwaku and mostly illegal foreign nationals in Mayfair, claims they were told “ you pay The EFF money and we will protect you, no matter your…
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