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The ANC Shot Themselves In The Foot By Revealing The Amount Of Money Used To Build This Stadium


We are 26 days away from the elections and political parties are trying to get a one year's work completed in one month, but that's just not possible. So all political parties are cautious on how their parties are represented on social media so as to not lose any votes what so ever. Another thing that has been happening among political parties is that they have been making one another look bad. That's just how politics is, it's a dirty game with a lot of hypocrisy and false promises.

EFF deputy president, Floyd Shivambu shared a post that might affect the ANC's votes in the elections. In the post he tweets "An ANC Municipality in the Eastern Cape, Enoch Mgijima has opened what they call a stadium… R15 MILLION was paid to build this thing & they are proud of it. The people of South Africa must vote these people out of power because they have no shame. None whatsoever! R15m for this?"


The ANC might have been proud of this however the wheels have turned. They just shot themselves in the foot by bragging about such a deed. There is absolutely no doubt that R15 million was not used. A little amount of money was used, probably less than R1 million, meaning that R14 million could have been looted by the ANC members. After all looting is something that is in their blood, they specialize in that. The likes of Ace Magashule and Zweli Mkhize.


It's such actions that cause people to call South Africa a banana republic. It's such a shame that the community for whom this stadium was built can't even protest because this might be the first stadium they have ever had. If they are wise, they will not be voting for the ANC.



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