A Twitter user has replied to Tito Mboweni asking why people were standing under a tree during his visit. His reply came shortly after Tito uploaded pictures of him and several others standing under a tree during a campaign.
In the second frame, Tito said he was busy with the community! Sasekani, Tzaneen. “On the hustings. When the ANC moves! Enjoyed the day. We are busy with the community! Sasekani, Tzaneen. It feels good to be with the people!.” See pictures below
The last tweet which had four more pictures was captioned, “On the hustings! @MbalulaFikile. On the ground!.” See pictures below
All the above pictures of the campaign uploaded by Tito Mboweni got many Twitter users talking. Some of the users were concerned that people were standing under a tree and spoke about how few the people there were.
“Why under a tree? Doesn't the community have a community hall there where you can have public meetings?” a user wrote.
“One thing I like about you Madala you are Honest, just six of you there under the tree, no need for busses taking people from farms going around with them,” says another user.
“Did you tell them that the guy on the poster couldn't bring his rent a crowd because he told them to shut up?” another user commented.
See screenshot of people's reactions below
Is anything wrong with people standing under a tree during campaigns? Answer in the comment section.
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