The Economic Freedom Fighters are adamant that they will not be the cause of a disruption, but the President might be.
Dali Mpofu says the party cannot be held responsible for their actions should Ramaphosa not adhere to their demands.The Economic Freedom Fighters say Ramaphosa knows what he has to do to ensure a smooth State of the Nation Address.
Advocate Dali Mpofu says his party cannot be blamed for how they react during the event, should President Cyril Ramaphosa ignore the party's calls for him to address his BOSASA 'donation'.According to The Citizen, this comes in response to Baleka Mbete ( National Assembly speaker) and Thandi Modise ( National Council of Provinces Chair) saying that no 'extraordinary measures' have been put into place and that no disruptions are expected.
READ ALSO: EFF's Mpofu: Agrizzi's a racist, but at least he isn't in denialBriefly.co.za reported earlier that the EFF is calling for the event, due to take place next week, to be turned into a Q & A session, should Ramaphosa not address the matter before going to Parliament.Baleka Mbete confirmed yesterday that no one had contacted her to make any arrangements, including the EFF.
Mpofu, chair for the EFF, said earlier today that any disruptions that occur should be blamed on Ramaphosa:“Ramaphosa will be the one disrupting the Sona because we cannot sit when we have a president who has lied.