In South Africa – The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) has been shaken by a sex scandal including top authorities in the North West, bringing about a distension being laid about the shenanigans.
Matters reached a crucial stage after a saucy picture of EFF North West acting secretary Thabo Sehloho and common order colleague Diseko Montsho did the rounds on social networking.
Obviously the photo was taken by an EFF part at Lowe Residence for individuals from the common council in Mafikeng a couple of months prior.
It is affirmed the individual who took the photograph guaranteed to erase the photo; notwithstanding, it wound up coursing on informal communities.
The photograph was joined by a gathered press proclamation on the EFF Facebook page “A large number of Fighters Rallying behind CIC Julius Malema and EFF” uncovering Sehloho and Montsho’s contact.
Irritated by the matter, Sehloho – who confesses to being involved with Montsho – laid a protest with the EFF requesting that the gathering demonstration against the individuals who coursed what he said was a “sex video”.
Recently the matter was examined by the VIPs of the EFF, including Julius Malema.
Nonetheless, inferable from perplexity over the post – Sehloho has asserted it was a sex feature when truth be told it was a saucy picture – Malema released the matter.
EFF individuals met by The Citizen claimed Montsho and Sehloho have been seeing someone under two months.
“Thabo is a hitched man … I don’t think about Montsho,” said an EFF part near to the couple’s issues.
Another EFF part asserted the two were “simply resting accomplices”.
Drawn nearer for input Montsho said: “I don’t know who posted that photo. If you don’t mind I would prefer not to discuss my life. It is my private life.
“I would prefer not to discuss this.” said Sehloho.
Asked whether he was hitched, Sehloho said: “We are both not wedded. Montsho and I have been dating for more than a year.”
As per the post, Sehloho “is by all account not the only common official part occupied with room governmental issues”.