Julius Malema is captured, says Kenny Kunene

Kenny Kunene is adamant that he is not a liar, and has dared Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) Commander-in-Chief Julius Malema to present his passport to prove that he was never in Mozambique to meet with African National Congress (ANC) members last year.

If whatever your actions are against what we agreed with, I walk away

Kenny Kunene

Over the past week, Kunene has accused Malema of being a "fake" and a "sellout".

He spoke to #NightTalk's Gugs Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo on 702, to explain his recent criticism of Malema.

I have never criticised EFF since I walked away. I have never tried to destroy their growth

Kenny Kunene

Kunene says that he has never set out to criticise of destroy the EFF, but he feels that Malema has deceived South Africa with some of his alleged undertakings in recent years.

In life, I fear no one. If you say things that insinuate you are talking about me, I will respond

Kenny Kunene

The EFF has chosen to not to comment on Kunene's utterances.

Listen to the interview below:

Watch the livestream of Kenny Kunene's interview on 702's #NightTalk:

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