South African Minister of Transportation Fikile Mbalula has been very active on social media site Twitter recently, even last week he made multiple posts on his official Twitter account defending the African National Congress (ANC) for failing to secure control of all 3 Gauteng metros, as they lost control to the Democratic Alliance (DA).
Earlier today (Monday 29 November) Fikile Mbalula was back to making posts on his Twitter account, as he posted a series of pictures of himself and other South African Ministers' visit to Nigeria as they are accompanying President Cyril Ramaphosa.
These are countries with which we have strategic partnerships and are markets in which a number of South African businesses operate. #SAinNigeria" - He wrote.
However, Fikile Mbalula's post was met with many comments from people who are criticizing him for different reasons, just look at what some people are saying...
"Are you aware that your friend (Nigeria Government) through their Police and other security operatives, kills its youths simply for having dreadlocks, or for being found in possession of iPhones and laptops?"
"What is the president doing in Ghana while we still have beef with the Ghanaians over that fixed football match🙄"
"Wena you are in this position for Vibes no effort at all in fixing the transport system hayi sisenjeni"
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