eMalahleni's ANC mayor, Connie Nkalintshana, passed out during her State of the Municipality Address (SOMA). After allegedly taking a glass of Witbank's tap water in front of invited guests to prove its safety, the mayor allegedly fainted and died.
Social opponents believe that the mayor's collapse may have been caused by something put in her water, and they point to images of the mayor being carried from the podium by her allies as evidence.
Some cities have infuriatingly poor water quality, making it unsafe for inhabitants to drink; nevertheless, when locals petition for cleaner water, the mayor constantly defends the status quo, insisting that residents are exaggerating.
The mayor of eMalahleni, according to her detractors, set out to conduct an experiment but wound up becoming the subject of it. Those who have firsthand experience with the water quality in their communities have urged mayors must cease spreading false information or treating their residents as dupes.
"When I was a kid, I couldn't wash my white sneakers in the tap water, so I started buying bottled water even at home. Because of this, she needs to stop spreading false information "Certain individuals debated the validity of the statement.
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