We have never planned to interupt the President - EFF

Economic Freedom Fighter's Godrich Gardee talks to Redi Tlhabi about how EFF plans to behave today in the National Assembly during the State of the nation Address by President Jacob Zuma.

Gardee says it is the Speaker who has always caused disruption in the National Assembly.

He referred to previous Sona's where EFF did interupt the president and says the rules of Parliament allow for such interventions.

It is legal, legitimate and constitutional.

Godrich Gardee, Secretary General EFF

This is typical of the ruling party, the ANC in South Africa, an organisation that is not ashamed to use arms of war to mow down 34 miners in Marikana...and massacre 94 disabled people for the greed of money. So we should not be surprised that the police, the army and all security agents could spill blood today.

Godrich Gardee, Secretary General EFF

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