There are people who are into politics with their whole hearts and everything; people who would do anything to show their love for a political group; people who have the spirits of fighters like Mandela, who chose to fight for this country over their family. Being a leader starts by loving your own role and your organization. We have seen many people doing very extreme things to show their love for their organization. The line of Fikile Mbalula. Ever since the election campaign started, he has been busy going up and down with Ramaphosa day and night making sure that everything is in order. This shows genuine love for his organization.
Following all these local government election campaigns, the ANC leader left people in stitches after doing the unthinkable on his head. He went to a hairdresser and asked him to write "ANC" on his head. See the photo below:
After this photo was posted, people were left in stitches. Some even went on to say he should have written "Looters" once. What was supposed to be a nice haircut has now turned into a laughing stock. Some have already started. Using the photo as a meme. See some of the comments below:
A personal opinion:
Sometimes excess love makes one look like a fool. No matter how much you love a political party, don’t let it lead to this extent. We understand that this is a symbol of love and loyalty, but people must also think about their lives outside the political circle. How will your wife and kids feel when they see you coming back home with such a haircut? What are your thoughts on this haircut? Do you like it or it’s too much? Leave your comments below.
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