And again on Thursday, Tokyo became the center of attention in South Africa. And the reason for that is because on Thursday he held press brief which ignited many people to react with mixed reactions. Tokyo's press briefing appears to have ignited many people to engage in heated debate about what he has revealed.
Shilowa has dropped some interesting story about Tokyo. As one would expect, majority of the people who are well informed with South African Politics and as well as current affairs were quick to react to Shilowa's revelations.
In his own words, Shilowa posited the following on his official Twitter about Tokyo "Tokyo has forgotten that even if true you never say a comrade ate. He should ask @BantuHolomisa who was booted not for wrongfully accusing a comrade but for stating the truth. So doesn’t matter the facts, he shouldn’t have said anything"
There is some indication that people will continue to talk about what Tokyo has recently revealed.
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