- Mmusi Maimane of One SA threw some heavy shade at the ANC using a metaphor involving Tito Mboweni's cooking
- The former DA leader shared pics of a well-cooked chicken meal and Mboweni's cooking and made a comparison to the ruling party's service delivery
- It seems as though he got some serious hype from numerous social media users, who appreciated the metaphor
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One SA leader Mmusi Maimane has taken a swipe at the ANC. Sharing three images, Maimane compared the service delivery from the ruling party to a sad chicken dish. He said it was a metaphor.
The politician started off with a delicious roast chicken, perfectly marinated, and moved to an image of a raw chicken covered in garlic cloves. The last image shows the chicken shredded up with carrots in a stew - made by Tito Mboweni. He wrote:
Pic of enormous tent blowing away sparks hilarious reaction: "Even natural disasters don't like ANC"
"What they promise the voters versus what they deliver, if they deliver at all. From Eskom to education."
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Mzansi responds in various ways to Maimane's metaphor:
"What’s your problem Mmusi. It’s still early in the morning, big man."
"You have fresh content, your old team was really holding you back..."
"I bet he won't come back from this one."
"ANC is a scam, I hope it doesn't win this time."
"Why are you not president, mara?"
"Mmusi are you throwing shade at @tito_mboweni?"
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Previously, Briefly News reported that Maimane shared a video on Twitter about how the electoral system is changing for the better by putting power back in the hands of communities. But one user, named Glen Sungano Mpani, didn't agree with the video or Mmusi's thoughts on it and called it "conceptually flawed".
Mmusi clapped back and Mzansi is loving the sass. Let's unpack this further. Mmusi shared an animated informational video by One South Africa Movement (OSA), which is an organisation he founded in the hopes to achieve a 'government of the people, by the people, for the people'.
The video explains that before a ruling in 2020, our democratic electoral system was unfair because it didn't allow us to vote for an individual person. Instead, we only had the option to vote for parties.