Mzansi slams ANC over photos showing horrifying conditions of hospital

Mzansi slams ANC over photos showing horrifying conditions of hospital

- A woman took to social media to share photos of the dilapidated state of a local hospital

- According to @zulu_lonwabo, the photos were of the Nessie Knight Hospital in the Eastern Cape

- South Africans were outraged over the images and they slammed the local government for failing the people

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On Monday, a woman took to Twitter to share shocking photos of the dilapidated condition of a local state hospital.

According to the lady, who has been identified by her social media handle @zulu_lonwabo, the images are of the Nessie Knight hospital in the Eastern Cape.

"This is Nessie Knight Hospital (Sulenkama) in EC Qumbu," she captioned the photos along with a crying emoji.

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Briefly.co.za gathered the images shocked and outraged South Africans, who went on to blame the African National Congress (ANC) for the hospital's horrifying state.

Twitter user, @African_Spring, commented: "Aaron the former minister of health was rewarded with a strategic home affairs post for this. Must be nice."
Thomas Mabaso, who goes by the Twitter handle @ThomasMabaso92, added: "South Africa is led by shameless greedy lunatics who would steal money that was supposed to renovate the hospital & put people's lives in danger without any care in the world."
Another tweep, @ariesdevil13, wrote: "I've always heard about how blatantly pathetic hospitals are in EC from friends in medical field. I thought they were exaggerating. So @ANCParliament @MYANC builds stadiums for world cups but their people need hospitals and clinics? Clearly mentally ill."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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