Man allegedly smashes ANC branded cars before bank repo

Man allegedly smashes ANC branded cars before bank repo

A man who is allegedly dependent on ANC tenders in Limpopo lost his cool when the bank wanted to repossess his ANC branded vehicles- so, he reportedly smashed them up.

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According to a social media post by Seshego Sa MajaTladi, a man allegedly destroyed several vehicles, which had ANC branded logos on, that were up for repossession.

“Now this ANC tender dependent cadre lost his mind when banks wanted to repossess his cars branded in ANC logos by smashing them up before the repo man takes them. Ke disathane diisa tše,” he wrote, adding: “Tenders are becoming a scarce thing in Limpopo now.”

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“All in all, 7 cars and three taxis were destroyed,” He concluded.

Briefly.co.za gathered the post received quite the reaction from social media users who gave their two cents on the man destroying the cars.

Brent (@BrentDyssell) wrote, “If one never learns what work hard it takes to finally own something, one can then never really understand nor appreciate what it takes to also look after and properly maintain anything of value too. Attempting to bypass these core lessons doesn’t do SA any favours in long term.”

According to an article by The Sowetan, the man responsible for the wrecked cars was singer Malo-a-Botsheba.

However, the report further states he has denied deliberately crashing the vehicles to avoid repossession, adding it was an accident.

“It is not true that I had smashed the cars. I can confirm that three of my cars were involved in an accident at GaRamaroka village in Bolobedu and I was not even there when the accident happened,” he said.

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