Fikile Mbalula having time of his life at World Cup in Russia

Fikile Mbalula having time of his life at World Cup in Russia

- Fikile Mbalula is in Russia for the World Cup

- He has been sharing photos on his Twitter profile

- He said the World Cup is the "biggest party on the planet"

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ANC's Head of Elections, Fikile Mbalula, is in Russia attending the football World Cup — and is having the time of his life.

Mbalula has been sharing photos and videos of his experience at the world's biggest football bonanza on his Twitter profile, Briefly.co.za learned.

In his latest post, he said the event is the "biggest party on the planet." He was attending the Brazil vs Switzerland match, which ended in a 1-1 draw.

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Earlier, Mbalula posted a photo of himself and Mamelodi Sundowns coach, Pitso Mosimane, just before the match.

The popular former Minister is not only attending the prestigious event, he's also doing it in style. He posted an image of himself travelling from Moscow to Rostov in luxury.

Mbalula also noted that South Africa is held in high regard in Russia after successfully hosting the 2010 World Cup.

On 16 June, Mbalula attended the Argentina vs Iceland match in Moscow.

He also didn't miss the exciting 3-3 draw between Portugal and Spain on 15 June.

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Mbalula's followers have reacted in different ways to his regular posts from Russia. While some praised him for enjoying his time, others said he should be back home campaigning for the ANC.

See more reactions below.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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