Economic Freedom Fighters Member of Parliament, Mbuyiseni Ndlozi has reacted to the video making waves on social media which shows an EFF member mistakenly saying "viva ANC viva" instead of "viva EFF viva".
Mbalula went on to portray the scenario as that of an ex lover who acts as if they have moved on, yet they will still be in love with you.
Mbuyiseni Ndlozi however couldn't take this blow while lying down as he hits back at Fikile Mbalula with an embarrassing video of president Cyril Ramaphosa failing to put up his mask while he was live on television.
The red beret commissar said Ramaphosa's video failing to wear his mask properly can be depicted as a scenario of when one is "trying to cover up the face of corruption, but it's refusing".
Ndlozi's utterances about corruption also comes at a time the Eastern Cape Premier, Oscar Mabuyane who is facing R450 000 corruption charges is said to be appearing before the ANC's Integrity Commission to explain himself.
Mbuyiseni Ndlozi however begs to differ and believes that Mabuyane should be answering those questions to a judge and must be criminally charged, not to just appear before the ANC Integrity Commission which comprises of his fellow comrades.
"No! He must answer to a judge! He must be criminally charged and prosecuted," he said.
Other ANC senior members also feel that Mabuyane's case must not be swept under the carpet. Carl Niehaus said the manner in which Cyril Ramaphosa will handle this case is a test for his election campaign.
"The serious matter of the damning findings of the Public Protector against Oscar Mabuyane must not be allowed to be swept under the carpet. How president Cyril Ramaphosa handles this is a litmus test for ANC in the midst of this election campaign," he said.
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