- Minister of Transport Fikile Mbalula’s spokesperson Ayanda Allie-Paine is stepping down from her role
- The stunning woman, Ayanda broke the news on social media, saying she is stepping down on Friday and it's also her birthday
- South Africans are sharing their reactions to the news and many social media users also wished her the best of luck going forward
Minister of Transport Fikile Mbalula’s spokeswoman Ayanda Allie-Paine has closed her chapter as a civil servant and that is the word reaching Briefly News. The stunning Allie-Paine says she is stepping down from her role in the national department.
The woman took to social media to reveal the news while also saying she is turning 35 on Friday and Mzansi citizens are sharing their reactions to the Twitter post.
The post reads:
“Finally. We are tired of mediocrity and hope Mbaks will get someone mature and knowledgeable.”
“Mbaks talk for himself that one baba he talks a lot non-stop, he doesn’t need a spokesperson. I think it’s a waste of money hiring a spokesperson for Minister Mbalula.”
“What massive shoes you leave behind to fill... All the best! I know you are going to slamdunk wherever you go.”
“Why’s the youth the one saying goodbye in government?”
“Happy birthday and farewell. Hope the next chapter brings joy and happiness.”
“Happy birthday beautiful...may the adventures continue!!”
“Fare thee well Ayanda. I'm sure raising Mbalula was pretty hectic.”
“Eban so fast, come on Ayanda, you must be kidding me, why don't they extend your contract. I bet you are doing a great job there.”
“Farewell to you my sister, not child's play trying to defend the undefendable. I listened to you many times trying to defend this failed and dead department and I felt sorry for you as you are such an intelligent professional. Good luck to you and happy birthday.”
Lady reveals Fikile Mbalula slid into her DMs, Mzansi thinks she was hacked
Looking at the news around Mbalula, Briefly News reported that a local woman has caused a buzz on social media after sharing a few spicy DMs from one very politically connected sender.
According to the tweets posted by @Kumkaniii a young woman has received a few direct messages from Minister Fikile Mbalula.
From the images shared, it appears the minister only hoped to make some innocent conversation, enquiring about the young woman's whereabouts.
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