Fikile Mbalula is trending on social media, as it is alleged that he was kicked out of the meeting by the president Cyril Ramaphosa.
However, the government has released an official statement, saying that the circulated allegations, which are saying that the president Cyril Ramaphosa chased away Fikile Mbalula are misleading. They added that what happens in the meetings is confidential, therefore the allegations are unfounded and misleading.
It is rumoured that Fikile Mbalula was wearing a t-shirt printed Jacob Zuma, during the meeting he is alleged that he got kicked out. If the rumours are true, does that mean that Fikile Mbalula turns his back against Cyril Ramaphosa, to Jacob Zuma? What do you think? Let's discuss below in the comments section.
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