- SA Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula once again got dragged on Twitter for one of his tweets
- Mbalula got dragged after he highlighted the fact that Biden had said the same thing he said in 2017 as the SA Police Minister
- Soon hundreds of South Africans were in the comment section sharing their thoughts on the tweet
The South African Minister for Transport, Fikile Mbalula has once again got dragged on Twitter. This after Minister Mbaks quoted a tweet from US President Joe Biden's speech during his inauguration to remind people that he had once used the same words in a speech years earlier as South Africa's Police minister.
'“No time with waste time” - F Mbalula, 2017,'' wrote Mbalula in the tweer.
Soon the comment section was full of criticism from South Africans who felt like Mbalula was not doing enough work to back up the loudness from his voice on Twitter. Read a few of the comments found in the comment section below:
"You are wasting time while our rail infrastructure is being destroyed. Please tell us what measures you have put in place to protect what has remained of our national heritage? #VoetsekFikile." wrote @sekgari.
While @Undlunkulu_Xoli wrote:
"It’s mind boggling how you always manage to make every situation about yourself."
"But the honorable minister you are at ease and continue to waste time. What have you delivered ever since you were appointed the minister of any portfolio?"
"And you still did nothing after u said that.All talk no Action."
"You've wasted my time, trying to make sense of this tweet. Can't even quote yourself properly. We are alone here."
In other Briefly.co.za news, SA Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula has never been one to shy away from the Twitter streets, always taking some time out to share his thoughts on one thing or the other. This time he has shared his thoughts about Kaizer Chiefs fans.
In his hilarious yet low-key shady tweet, Minister Mbablula basically calls on the fans, who have been in unusually high spirits as of late, to tone down with all the celebrating that they've been doing online.
"Kaizer chiefs people no man," he wrote in the tweet.
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