Mbuyseni Ndlozi dragged the minister of transport Fikile Mbalula on tweet which he (Fikile Mbalula) seems to have made a typing error. It is well known that Fikile Mbalula is an ANC politician whereas, Mbuyseni Ndlozi is an EFF member. Both these gentlemen belongs to two different political parties.
Well, Fikile Mbalula posted a tweet wherein he said " The President is now in ward 26 addressing the community of Turfloop". And in the very same tweet of Fikile Mbalula, a hashtag of vote EFF can be seen. Mbuyseni Ndlozi upon seeing the hashtag vote EFF on Fikile Mbalula promptly reacted to the tweet.
Mbuyseni Ndlozi reacted to the tweet by saying the following "[BREAKING] The ANC Head of Elections Fikile Mbalula has called on all South Africans to vote for EFF"
And Fikile Mbalula is yet to respond to Mbuyseni Ndlozi's tweet. However, many South African people who have saw Mbuyseni Ndlozi's tweet have somewhat reacted with mixed reactions.
It must be remembered that South African people who are registered to vote will be casting their votes in the upcoming local government elections.
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