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Mbuyiseni Ndlozi unpacks EFF’s fight to decriminalise prostitution

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Mbuyiseni Ndlozi took to Twitter to unpack the EFF’s fight to decriminalise prostitution in a series of posts, further highlighting that Naledi Chirwa speaks on the party’s behalf.

Mbuyiseni Ndlozi took to Twitter to share a series of tweets on the Economic Freedom Fighters’ fight to have prostitution decriminalised in South Africa on Thursday, 27 August 2020. Ndlozi started off by clarifying the party’s backing of Naledi Chirwa, stating, “It‘s [the] EFF that is pursuing decriminalization of prostitution. So, Naledi Chirwa speaks for us.”

In the rest of the tweets on the matter, Ndlozi presented various examples of alternate forms of prostitution in society. He continued to reference the Bible in his argument, and highlighted how, despite adultery being a sin, those who cheat on their partners are not imprisoned.

“No one must be imprisoned for taking money for sex. If you have a Christian problem about this, take note: Adultery is also a sin, but those who cheat on their wives never get imprisoned,” Ndlozi stated.

See the posts below.

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