A woman has taken to social media to reveal she's having a hard time forgiving people who did not vote for the EFF during the national election last month.
It has been nearly a month since South Africans queued at polling stations to cast their votes for political parties in the 2019 national elections. However, some are still struggling to come to terms with the results.
Over the weekend, a woman, who has been identified as Amanda Pamela Mavuso, took to social media to share her views on the EFF losing the elections last month.
Briefly.co.za gathered Mavuso revealed she's "struggling to forgive people who didn't vote for the EFF" on 8 May, 2019.
Mavuso said she did not believe majority of people continued to vote for the ANC as a result of misinformation, political education or mental slavery.
"Our people are really comfortable in this whole mess. We did everything we could," she wrote.
There were many social media users who echoed Mavuso's sentiments in the comment section.
Social media user @Leekzan, commented: "That's why I never speak of other external matters ,our people need to be freed from themselves."
Thabo Rabohlale, who goes by the Twitter handle @ThaboRabohlale, added: "I share the same message. I am also heart broken, but looking at the way we have performed I think we should be encouraged. Going forward we have a strong base to build from. Remember this movement is only five years."
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