Leader of the Economic Freedom FighterS (EFF) Julius Malema has accused Minister of State Security David Mahlobo of trying to call student leaders to ”secret meetings” on monday.

This is after EFF student leader Vuyani Pambo alleged through social media that Mahlobo and Pres. Jacob Zuma tried to ”coerce” them into a secret meeting” about the Wits fees protest.

”The State is following us and wants to persuade us to meeting with them” said Pambo, who added that meeting them privately ”is to sellout”.

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”It’s 4:00 a.m in the morning, the state through its spy boss has found us. We refused to meet Pres. Zuma or Mahlobo in private,” said Pambo.

Julius Malema then took to twitter to lash out at the State Security Minister for alleged attempt to woo student leaders into a secret meeting.

”Mahlobo is now calling @EFFSudent leaders like @vuyanipambo to secret meetings, desperate times for this leaderless government.”


Meanwhile, Students at Wits are continuing to disrupt classes as they continue to protest for free education.

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