During election times people always have mixed emotions about which political parties and other people end up not voting at all because they think that all political parties are the same as they all don't deliver what they promised.
Just like a Twitter user by the name of “Mr handsome”. Mr handsome appears to be tired of the work which is done by all political parties in South Africa. He is blaming them for the influx of immigrants and for the high rate of unemployment in the country.
He went to Twitter to express his dissatisfaction due the service delivered by the ANC, EFF and the DA as well. “The vote for EFF is the vote for illegal immigrants and Zimbabwean youth to continue occupying jobs, while South African youth are sidelined for employment. Same as voting for DA and ANC,” he wrote.
The EFF remains the bigger subject when it comes to the issue of immigrants as many people are blaming Malema for the mischiefs done by foreigners.
Late 2020 Ramaphosa reassured the citizens not to worry about the increased number of immigrants in South Africa as he promised to create more jobs for both immigrants and South Africans. However it appears that what he said didn't happen as today we are witnessing wars between South Africans and immigrants which seem to annoy Mr handsome furthermore.
In my opinion I think that not voting won't solve anything because people will vote for a political party that you don't like and continue to starve you. It's better if we go out and vote, whether it's the ANC, EFF or the DA because your vote counts.
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