Elections are fast approaching and the desparation for votes is starting to take over the minds of all our political leaders from the African National Congress, Democratic Alliance to the Economic Fredom Fighters.
Fikile Mbalula is the current Minister of Transport and is also the head of the African National Congress elections and has been preciding over since.
He has been tweeting nonestop about the elections and has been urging all South Africans to Vote in the up and coming local government elections.
He has today surprised a lot of people to vote for the Economic Fredom Fighters in a statement that said "The President is in ward 26 addressing the community in Turfloop, African National Congress in Polokwane, Vote EFF"
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