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ANC Heavyweight Bathabile Dlamini Spits Fire || See Why

Bathabile Dlamini, president of the ANC Women's League and a RET heavyweight, has reacted angrily after a social critic attacked her for appropriating a quotation by Martin Luther King Jr.


Martin Luther King Jr. argued that leaders should put the pursuit of justice ahead of financial gain.


"Our nation requires leaders who care more about doing the right thing than making a buck. With a disdain for fame and a passion for helping others, "That person reads the quotation.


When many South African families were going to bed hungry as a result of the impacts of lockdown, Bathabile Dlamini appears to have posted this as a shot at President Cyril Ramaphosa for his Phala Phala issue.

However, a social critic fires back, accusing Bathabile Dlamini of being one of the ANC comrades who have been implicated in fraud, despite the fact that she now speaks as though she is a saint.


"Are you there, cash paymaster enabler? Is that you, con artist at Travelgate? What are you doing here, Khwezi betrayer? Hello, convicted liar?


Just because we don't have chicken brains doesn't mean we can't recall every every misdeed. Here, have a seat "Bathabile Dlamini came under fire from a gunman.


When this happened, Bathabile Dlamini typed an expletive-filled message to her opponent.


"I don't see why the MLK quote has gotten under your skin. That you accuse me of betraying Khwezi is utter nonsense; "She made the following remark.

Bathabile Dlamini has gone on record as saying that everyone in the ANC, including the president, has some kind of dirty little secret hiding in their past.


However, the ANC comrade's detractors online believe that she is being impolite by resorting to profanity in her responses to her critics.


Sources


https://twitter.com/sbahlesonke0/status/1538933315415179266?t=g7FIAe6N5N7052oS6oENVg&s=19

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