They say 'a picture is worth a thousand words' and this picture that was posted on social media site Twitter is definitely worth more that a thousand words, the picture shows a convow of African National Congress (ANC) cars dodging a pothole (which they failed to fix) while on their way to/from campaigning for the upcoming local government elections.
This picture is evidence that the ANC and other political parties are not interested in helping the South African people, as they are only interested in getting votes that will keep them in power, this picture left a lot of people disappointed, just look at how some people responded...
"We go the extra mile when we campaign!!"
"The key is too vote them out"
"Like they always do"
"Same thing happening in Ekhuruleni"
"They don't care about our needs they only wants votes and they'll disappear for 5 years"
Sources References | https://twitter.com/mizar/status/1440601560417931279?t=mNwN_eE3DHLQF-Z9Irm6aw&s=19
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