[WATCH] EFF supporters littering as UFS student cleans up
A University of the Free State (UFS} student calmly continues to pick up rubbish on campus on Monday as two women in EFF regalia throw litter back on the ground.
South Africans have taken to social media and commended the young man on his actions and spirit saying he deserves their respect.
Proud of the boy. As for the EFF this was the nail to the coffin. Why did they even bother to go study there if all they do is to disrupt other learners? No one is forced to go to a certain university. clearly they dont know that every action had a reaction, time will tell.— DatGuy@ (@Theodore_Ntsane) March 5, 2019
Jokes on them homie landed a bursary with 10k S/O to Eckhard binding 🔥🔥🔥🔥.... This is why I don't hang out with these African free thinkers they only setting themselves back🤦🏿 with that whole revenge apartheid ish 🤦🏿💔🙁 pic.twitter.com/Oo8yuwVIcQ— #MelaninEP (@CollinGrim_Rsa) March 4, 2019
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