- Fikile Mbalula paid tribute to the ruling party on #ANCFriday and he got roasted by a fellow politician
- The minister of transport said the ANC has come a long way and he applauded their efforts
- Mmusi Maimane disagreed and said if the ANC came a long way, it was the wrong way
Mmusi Maimane has no chill. The former DA leader took a swipe at the ANC after Fikile Mbalula lauded the ruling party for making progress in SA.
#ANCFriday trended on Twitter and the minister of transport made a series of tweets in honour of his party.
In one of the posts, Mbalula said the ANC has come a long way over the past years. He wrote:
"We have come a long way, but the road ahead is long and challenging. If we are to succeed, we must redouble our efforts and not rest on our laurels. #ANCFriday."
The post generated quite the reaction and only reply in particular caught our attention. Mmusi Maimane replied to Mbaweezy's tweet by saying of the ANC moved forward, it was in the wrong direction.
"J Cole says 'you came a long way, but you went the wrong way'."
Take a look at the post below:
Maimane's reply had South Africans in stitches and they flooded his comment section.
Twitter user, @TsoloXoliswa, commented:
"Ever since you left you're such a wholesome gent hey."
Another tweep, @gifafo, added:
"For that line you getting my vote Muesli Mymain."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported ANC politicians and supporters flooded social media with posts under #ANCFriday. Fikile Mbalula was amongst many to celebrate the ruling party on 31 July. He posted snaps of Ramaphosa and gushed about the President's success thus far.
In one post, the Minister of Transport said they welcomed criticism and have learned from past mistakes. While there were many more posts by supporters and ANC comrades under #ANCFriday, fed-up South Africans found another hashtag to use.
On Friday, #VoetsekANC trended on Twitter as Saffas expressed their frustrations with a 'failing' and 'corrupt' government.
South Africans listed every failure the ANC had since 1994, which include a deteriorating health care system, millions still living in shacks and the constant looting of public funds.
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