Look at what people spotted: Touching PICTURE of BLF leader looking sick & skinny finally exposed

Look at what people spotted: Touching PICTURE of BLF leader looking sick & skinny finally exposed

Andile Mngxitama, the leader of Black First Land First (BLF), got a flood of messages of support on social media on Sunday evening after making his first public appearance in months after battling an undisclosed illness. He appeared to have lost a lot of weight, though reports suggest he’s on the mend, and he was smiling in videos and images on Sunday.

He thanked party members for continuing to work on BLF projects while he was recovering in a public appearance with his supporters. The Citizen comprehends Mngxitama chose to keep his bad health status private while he was ailing, but intimate friends say he was on the verge of death.

The BLF will run in some local government elections on Monday, but its campaign will be low-key due to the protracted absence of its outspoken, controversial leader, whose party was deregistered for a while for refusing to admit white people as members.

Mngxitama has long been a source of controversy because of his adamant belief that only black people are the true owners of land and other resources in South Africa. He was previously a senior member of the EFF and a member of parliament, but he and the party’s leader, Julius Malema, had a public spat in 2015. He was ousted together with a group of fellow EFF dissidents.

Mngxitama was vehemently opposed to Covid-19 immunizations just before his disappearance from public life in June 2021, having earlier published the misconception that the sickness is caused by 5G cell phone towers.

In 2019, the BLF ran for the first time in national and provincial elections but failed to obtain a seat. “We reject these elections,” Mngxitama said when the results were announced, accusing the IEC of not accurately recording their ballots. We had been robbed. In many cases, the results from their polling districts, where 50 of our comrades cast ballots, show that BLF received no votes. “We had a lot of votes stolen from us.”See the source images the source image

The leader seems to be suffering worse, as he uses crutches to balance himself. People wish him a speedy recovery.


Images of thin, sickly-looking BLF leader Andile Mngxitama shock SA (citizen.co.za)

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