Lesufi proudly shows off new school and wins over South Africans

Lesufi proudly shows off new school and wins over South Africans

- Panyaza Lesufi has taken to social media to show off a new school

- The school is based in Noordgesig and will be ready for the 2020 intake

- Social media users congratulated the MEC on the achievement

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MEC of Education in Gauteng and social media darling, Panyaza Lesufi, has made Mzansi smile once again. This was after he shared pictures of a new school his department built that is ready for the 2020 school year. Many social media users thanked Lesufi for his service delivery.

Lesufi took to his Twitter account to share pictures of the beautiful new school. He captioned the pictures:

"From an apartheid asbestos school to a post-apartheid beauty. People of Noordgesig, from tomorrow this beauty is all yours forever! Restoring the dignity of our people school by school every month."

While many social media users were excited about the new building, others were concerned about the security and how safe the school would be. Twitter user MagaselaMzobe said:

"Please ask them not to burn it when marching against lack of services as we approach local government elections."

LerotPoswa said:

"It’s beautiful Ntate Lesufi. But I must ask about security at the school to ward off arsonists."

Mkgotse said:

"Always job well but now let's teaching our kids to look after these beautiful schools. How they vandalise the toilets is so heartbreaking for me."

OLUCHI11 said:

"A leader! A parent! Motivator! Siyabonga bab’Lesufi"

TaNturaTsotsi said:

"Let's pray and hope the community will appreciate the school and take good care of it."

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SadkyMpho said:

"Place strong security... I know the culture of that area."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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