- Mbuyiseni Ndlozi of the EFF recently headed online to rant and point fingers at the African National Congress for all the problems South Africa is currently facing
- In his tweet, Ndlozi points out that the country is going through poverty, an electricity crisis, corruption and also a vaccine crisis - all of which he blames on the ANC
- Ndlozi's tweet made quite the impression on many South Africans who swiftly headed to the comment section to share their thoughts on both the EFF and the ANC
The angry leader
The EFF's Julius Malema recently headed online to share his frustrations about the current troubles South Africa is facing - and there sure are many. In his tweet, he points out that the country has electricity issues, vaccine issues, poverty issues and even corruption issues.
"There is nothing as dishonest as blaming “all politicians" or all "political parties” for problems created by ANC & its politicians! FACT: Electricity crisis, unemployment, poverty, vaccine crisis & corruption are created by ANC in government! Don’t shield ANC from accountability!"
Mzansi weighs in
Of course the tweet could not be left alone and very soon it received many mixed reactions from South Africans, who either agreed with Ndlozi or pointed out the EFF's shortcomings. Read a few of their comments below:
"Do EFF members hold ANC to account in Parliament? No. Does EFF take the current administration to court like the previous administration? No. Nibole noke ndoda, seniphenduke izimungulu manje, no #RamaphosaMustFall protest, nothing."
"So the rest of you in that Parliament are getting paid >R1m pa to watch the ANC helplessly, like us? It's just we're not getting paid for it thina."
"We can't keep blaming politicians alone, ANC voters must be told this is their mess. They're complicit, this is the end results of their wise voting. They brag about winning wards, let them take responsibility as well in this mess."
Similar political rants
Briefly News previously reported that EFF frontman Mbuyiseni Ndlozi has once again taken to his favourite pastime - criticising fellow politicians. The leader threw some serious shade at ANC President Cyril Ramaphosa, sharing a cute snap of the leader dancing near an expensive car.
"And what must we make of this? Mr Immediate Effect." wrote Ndlozi sarcastically.
While some Mzansi social media users found the snap of Ramaphosa hilarious, others quickly jumped to the President's defence. Some even took the time to criticise the EFF for their own public slip-ups.
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