It Ended In Tears For Fikile Mbalula After He posted This Picture Of New Trains On Social Media.
By @Happy | self meida writer
Published 16 days ago - 2856 views
Fikile April Mbalula is a South African politician who is currently serving as Minister of Transport. He was born on the 8th of April just like his name in 1971. He previously served as both Minister and Deputy Minister of Police and Minister of Sports and Recreation. He is married to Nokzuko Mbalula.
He attended school at The Free State College of education. As the duty of the transport Minister he was supposed to look after the infrastructure even when the world was under lockdown, but the minister fired the securities who were watching these things.
This means that the securities look after the people nd not the infrastructure because as soon as people were no longer using the trans the securities were stopped to go to work. The Minister took it to Social media this morning to share that he has bought new trains for the public. Now there is only one question left and that is how could he buy new trains while there are no transportation stations. People are curious to know because they are now looking for every possible thing to sport as wrong
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