EFF Leader, Julius Malema Urges Boakai Not to Take Weah Route, As He Joins Inaugural Celebration in Liberia

Jan 21, 2024 - 18:20
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EFF Leader, Julius Malema Urges Boakai Not to Take Weah Route, As He Joins Inaugural Celebration in Liberia

Monrovia- Economic Freedom Fighter Global Leader, Julius Malema has cautioned the incoming Joseph Nyumah Boakai administration not to take a managerial route, used by outgoing President George Weah by deviating from his obligation to Liberians.


Malema who arrived in Liberia Sunday, January 21, joined scores of other delegates for the inauguration of President elect Joseph Nyumah Boakai and his vice Jeremiah Kpan Koung said the, Joseph Boakai regime must make sure to be committed to its promises because the outgoing Weah administration was never committed to said promises, the reason he said they were booted out.


Malema noted that the people of Liberia, especially the indigenous must feel the impact of the movement, and no one should live in a situation where they will not feel the impact of peace.


Describing President-elect Boakai as a gift for Liberia, Malema noted that the EFF Liberia chapter, which is highly recognized by EFF Global, will continue to engage the Boakai administration to ensure effective leadership for Liberians.


Malema explained that he will ensure that EFF-Liberia continues to become vibrant in its advocacy at the same time craving the Boakai administration indulgence to ensure that the EFF-Liberia be allowed to continue to express itself, despite its proximity to the incoming administration.


However, Malema told newsmen that the EFF's affirmation of the President-elect is not an affirmation of the United States government.


"We find him to be better than the other one and someone that can solve our problem internally."


"We have never affirmed America, we have never befriended America. We know what America did here in Liberia, we know what Europe did, we know what the British have done to our continent, so we do not support neocolonialism in whatever way."


Malema further added that the US and EFF may have a different diplomatic relationship, but that doesn't mean they have affirmed them.


EFF Global Leader Julius Malema wants to see democracy and freedom upright in Africa where there is no split of blood.


Malema arrival to join other high-profile delegates in a groundbreaking moment for Pan-African solidarity has ignited a wave of excitement across Liberia.


EFF loved for his fervent advocacy of Communism, Marxism–Leninism, Black Nationalism, and Pan-Africanism, is hailed as one of Africa's most influential voices against capitalism, imperialism, and anti-Semitism. His arrival marks a significant milestone for the local chapter of the EFF, which shares his commitment to these transformative ideologies.


The Economic Freedom Fighters of Liberia (EFFL), under the leadership of President Emmanuel D. Gonquoi has expressed delight over Malema’s arrival describing it as a memorable inaugural carnival for Liberia.


Commander-in-Chief Gonquoi further expressed his heartfelt gratitude to all EFFL members for their "tremendous support and tireless efforts" in upholding the institution's values and their cooperation to celebrate Malema's arrival.


Gonquoi also maintained that the visit of the EFF global head is anticipated to strengthen the bonds of Pan-Africanism and further enhance the cause of economic freedom across the continent.


He encouraged his members and supporters to continue upholding solidarity with the movement and CIC Malema's visionary leadership.



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