- A local guy recently headed to Twitter to give the EFF's Mbuyiseni Ndlozi the title, "mampara of the year"
- The Twitter post also features a picture of Ndlozi smiling brightly
- Soon many South Africans were in the comment section debating whether or not Ndlozi deserved to be called mampara of the year
A local man with the Twitter handle, @ramalokot has made a very bold statement about the EFF's Mbuyiseni Ndlozi. While he did not mention the reasons for his statement about the politician, it may stem from Mbuyiseni's recent controversial comments about the Zimbabweans who have flocked into South Africa in large numbers.
Mbuyiseni recently said that South Africa should open its borders and allow every Zimbabwean national a space in the country.
"Please open the borders from Zim, Lesotho & Mozambique!!! They not bringing Covid; they left it here & will find it here. Let them in. It’s not fair - they live here. They are from here. They are part of us! Or you will be dealing with a worst humanitarian crisis than Covid!," wrote Ndlozi.
This subsequently resulted in the following tweet by @ramalokot:
"Mampara of the month."
Meanwhile, South Africans have debated the statement in the comment section:
Heroes of our era, like it or not."
"Your small anyana mind doesn't come anywhere near to Ndlozi."
"Point of correction. "mampara of the year 2021". Phela no one will outdo him."
"I normally get a picture of a chihuahua on my mind whenever he starts with his "intellectual" rants and name-calling episodes."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that South Africans have responded to clips of scores of Zimbabwean nationals entering the country via the Beitbridge border. In the clips, the Zimbabweans can be seen entering the border that crosses into Limpopo in large numbers.
Many locals have expressed disdain at the foreigners who are attempting to make their way into the country. The hashtag, #CloseBeitridgeBorder has been trending as South Africans demand the border be closed.
Many locals have also blamed governmental officials who have allowed the Zimbabwean nationals into the country also citing that there are not enough jobs for South Africans let alone desperate foreigners.
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