Young Man Tags Fikile Mbalula Online After Hitting a Pothole, Mzansi Gatvol & Joins In

Young Man Tags Fikile Mbalula Online After Hitting a Pothole, Mzansi Gatvol & Joins In

  • South African motorists are unhappy with the state of roads and they are now lashing out at Minister of Transport Fikile Mbalula
  • Some social media users feel Mbalula is not doing enough to fix the roads after one peep says his tyre was damaged due to a pothole
  • However, some Twitter users feel the account holder was rude to the minister and they hope he deals with him decisively

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A young local driver has tagged Minister of Transport Fikile Mbalula in his complaint about bad roads in Mzansi. The social media account holder says he hit a pothole and his tyre and rim are badly damaged.

The guy drives an Audi and headed online to share a snap of his damaged rim, lashing out at the embattled minister. Looking at the reactions and the post, some people are also sharing their accounts after suffering damages to their vehicles.

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It seems many peeps are complaining about potholes and they have had to part ways with large amounts of money to fix their cars. The stunning woman wrote on Twitter:

“I hit a pothole, @MbalulaFikile.”
Young Man, Tags Fikile, Mbalula, Online After, Hitting a Pothole, Mzansi Gatvol,Joins in
Minister of Transport Fikile Mbalula's name is the centre of attention on social media. Image: @GodesOshun/FikileMbalula/Twitter/Instagram
Source: Instagram

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The post reads:

@Bilos said:

“I once successfully claimed from these people. It took a couple of months but I got my money back. Try it, you've got nothing to lose. Good luck!”

@Jakaja_S said:

“Lucky you, they wanted a lot of administration from me only to respond after 15 months rejecting my claim.”

@Kev_Heightz said:

“I had to change a tyre too two days ago along the Durban M4 freeway in the morning too.”

@PalesaMkhonto said:

“A few weeks ago, I had to change a tyre, balance and align my car because wawu guy's sidibana nemigodi on the roads.”

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@Mos_057 said:

“Two bubbles because of potholes and only had a few months with the tyres.”

@Mongezimhadebe said:

“Kuthiwa indima ka hulumeni wasekhaya ukuvala ama pothole. Hhayi uNgqongqoshe wezokuThutha. Manje uBaba Fikile ungenaphi yena la?”

@Inqoko-nqoko said:

“This might not even be in the jurisdiction of the ministry! A whole evangelist and professional calling an elder so! I wish he deals with you decisively!”

'Ungenaphi?': Sportscaster Robert Marawa claps back fiercely at Mbalula over SABC jab

In a similar story, Briefly News published that the timeline is never short of drama and the latest to serve it hot on Mzansi's Twitter streets are veteran sports broadcaster Robert Marawa and Transport Minister Fikile 'Mbaks' Mbalula.

Over what, you might be wondering? Some Saffas have devised that a simple "harmless" comment on the part of Mbalula was taken out of context by Marawa.

But others, like the receiver of the message, found that it reeked of malice.

Mbaks, whose proven propensity for twiddling his thumbs on social media, Twitter, in particular, again shone through when he replied to a SowetanLIVE tweet noting an interview on Marawa's sports show that was being broadcast on Vuma FM in KwaZulu-Natal and Rise FM in Mpumalanga.

Source: Briefly News

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