Namibia, Malawi EFF parties support Malema’s idea of borderless Africa

Kamata Banda
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Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) special guests, attending the Elective Conference in Nasrec, Johannesburg, have expressed their support towards the idea of one and borderless Africa as suggested by the South Africa EFF leadership. They have also lamented the scourge of corruption from their respective countries.

Namibia EFF National Coordinator and member of Parliament, Kalimbo Iipumbu, says corruption is a serious issue in Namibia.

“The issue of corruption is really at the highest degree in Namibia. There is the issue of the Fishery, where two ministers have been arrested.”

He also mentioned millions that have disappeared from different departments, stating that these politicians must be made to account for these issues.

Namibia EFF will be represented in the incoming legislature with Iipumbu and his president being sworn in in March 2020.

“With the presence of the NEFF in the new legislature, it will be a new beginning of doing this in the Namibia Parliament.”

EFF CIC in Malawi, Kamata Banda says the issue of African unity is a priority for them. Banda says Africans are one and that they need to understand the importance of African unity. “We are one people divided by the white monopoly capital.”

He further gave examples of how Africans from different countries relate to each other. “We need to build a brotherhood of Africans. Let us do away with borders.”

Banda says they are also fighting against gender-based violence in Malawi. He says the problem is so bad that police officers are perpetrators in these gender-based crimes.

The special delegates are here to support EFF on their second National People’s Assembly held in Nasrec, south of Johannesburg.