After the silent treatment from the government , the people from Ngulumbi Village in Limpopo decided to take matters into their own hands by taking initiative to build roads.
They started the construction from sctrach and are using their own money to pay for the massive undertaking.
Social media users came across the story and had a lot to say , with a mixture of encouraging and politically charged messages.
Ngulumbi village in Limpopo is taking the initiative to build its own roads because the government has failed to do so . For them , it's about taking back the power and gaining control for their growth and development.
" What is the common sense behind using your own money when you already pay through tax for these services ? They could just vote for the right party and save their energy and money ".
Sometimes when the government fails on their service delivery promises, it is up to local communities to show initiative . Although this is not the ideal situation , it allows hard-working people to improve their living conditions .
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