“Serve One Term You’re Too Old”: Malema Advises Mnangagwa
Founding leader of South African opposition political party, the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), Julius Malema has urged President elect Emmerson Mnangagwa to let the younger generation take over and serve only one term as president saying that he is too old.
Malema who was one of the first people to congratulate Mnangagwa after he was declared the winner of the presidential election by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) expressed optimism that Mnangagwa will not seek for a second term of office because he was too old.
“We call upon President Mnangagwa to serve one term, he’s too old. We hope President Mnangagwa will not want to go for the second term.
Let Zanu PF begin a process of producing younger people who will compete with Chamisa. President Mnangagwa this is a brotherly advice, a son’s call that says one term is enough, you are too old, let the younger generation take over.”
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