Fikile Mbalula announced that he has arrived in Paris. His mission there is however not yet disclosed. This announcement landed him in hot water, as social media followers were bashing him.
One said that tax payers are the ones who paid his ticket to Paris, when South Africans are suffering. Social media critics are asking who sponsored his trip to Paris, another Twitter added that a statement should be issued about his trip and his ejection from the cabinet.
Others said that, instead of traveling to Paris, he should be here fixing the roads. What do you think? Does that mean Fikile Mbalula is in hot water for the announcement he made? Let's discuss below in the comments section.
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