The former Finance minister is Tito Mboweni is one of the most vocal politicians we have here in the country, and has made it known to the public that he is not into politics for personal gain, but for delivering a service to the nation.
He is one of those politicians that like post stuff on social media especially twitter, and he likes trend for displaying his cooking skills and also talking about stuff like bad and good african names, but this time he changed his tone in this latest tweet where he confronts the government for not fixing the potholes there.
In the tweet came out by saying why do you want to call a conference to discuss the dangerous potholes between Dullstroom and Lydenburg, then he went on to tell them to fix the potholes, in his own words he went like fix the damn road!! fix it my cars tyres and wheels were destroyed there and I nearly lost my life, then he reiterated the fact that they should fix the road.
By reading statement alone you can clearly see that he is not playing around and that he is serious about what he is saying. We currently have a serious problem with potholes in the country at the moment and it seems like the government does not have any intentions to fix it any time soon unless elections are around the corner.
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