by Segun Odeleye
Julius Malema, the former president of the Youth League of the South African ruling party, the Africa National Congress, and now a member of parliament has blasted Nigeria’s president, Goodluck Jonathan, over the kind of leadership he has exhibited over the recent killings in Baga.
Malema also called for Soth African intervention in Nigeria, an issue which he promised to bring up in the South African parliament.
Speaking at a press briefing, Mr. Malema mocked Mr. Jonathan.
“Eh Goodlook, or Goodluck or whatever his name is or badluck I don’t know …He is quick to release statement about the killing in Paris; but don’t (doesn’t) say anything about the killings in his own country. That’s an irresponsible leadership. We are really saddened by what is happening in Nigeria. It is highly disturbing.
“And we need South African Government to intervene and we will be raising the matter in the Parliament. We will make the Parliament to debate it as an urgent matter and pass the resolution for South African intervention in Nigeria,” he said.
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