EFF tells Duma and Ntuli to drop KZN premiership ambitions 

By Sihle Mavuso

The EFF has told two of its premiership hopefuls in KwaZulu-Natal, Thami Ntuli of the IFP and the controversial Siboniso Duma of the ANC, to shelve their dreams because that will never happen. 

The EFF’s secretary-general, Marshall Dlamini, told thousands of his party’s supporters in Durban early today that there won’t be a provincial government without them. 

“Go and tell Duma and Ntuli that they will only be premiers in their homes, not here in KwaZulu–Natal. Those dreams will be shattered on Wednesday. Go and tell them to play their games of being premiers with their wives,” he said.  

Although he told supporters that there would be no outright winner in KZN after the elections, the EFF will approach the 29 May elections with a conquering mentality.  

Dlamini had the harshest words for Duma, saying the only thing left for him now is to regularly tail the current premier, Nomusa Dube.  

He said to show that they don’t take Duma seriously, they went to his backyard of Ugu and campaigned there. 

“We went to Ogwini to tell him: Duma you will always be tailing Nomusa Dube, you will never be the premier of KwaZulu-Natal without the EFF,” Dlamini told supporters.  

Dlamini also criticised Ngizwe Mchunu, the controversial Zulu traditionalist who once vowed that the leader of the EFF, Julius Malema, would never set foot in KZN until he apologised to him. 

Dlamini said the EFF would defeat Mchunu together with his “friends” Bheki Mtolo, Duma and President Cyril Ramaphosa.   

Pictured above: EFF supporters gathered at the Durban beachfront earlier today after their march. 

Source: Sihle Mavuso 

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