South African Minister of Transport Fikile Mbalula is currently amongst the trending topics on Twitter, this comes after he attempted to give an explanation and defend the ANC after the party lost all of the Gauteng metros to the Democratic Alliance (DA).
Former Democratic Alliance (DA) leader Mmusi Maimane quickly responded to Fikile Mbalula's Twitter post about the ANC, and Mmusi Maimane did not mince his words as he told Fikile Mbalula that he is 'in denial' by defending the ANC's failure to secure the Gauteng metros...
"You are in denial. The turntables will not spin. Your party lost millions of votes. Your party lost metros." - Wrote Mmusi Maimane.
It seems like other South Africans on Twitter agree with Mmusi Maimane, as they also responded to Fikile Mbalula's Twitter post by criticizing him for being in denial, and they also encouraged him to admit the ANC's failures so that the party can improve in the future.
Sources References | https://twitter.com/MbalulaFikile/status/1463422939156684802?t=VW4oXK4ekVckQNg2U_ypLA&s=19 | https://twitter.com/MmusiMaimane/status/1463428993420611584?t=3eXMI5M8qo7pdnGCd3nBMA&s=19
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