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#BandileMasukusWife: Bandile Masuku’s Wife Loyiso Masuku caught on camera eating chicken, Tweeps reacts

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Bandile Masuku’s Wife Loyiso Masuku caught the Twitter flames after a video of her eating chicken surfaced on Twitter.

Meanwhile, Loyiso has responded to the viral clip on social media, says the comment “for the sake of the vote” was in reference to working long hours doing their elections work. She apologies…

“We made a quick stop for food because we were really hungry and had been working throughout the day doing door-to-door creating awareness on by-elections and the voting process.”

She said the clip has been cut and shows only bits and pieces without the full context.

Many South Africans said she was eating chicken for the sake of votes:

“For the sake of votes-Loyiso Masuku History won’t judge you well shem “

While many still argued that the video was uploaded with the full intentions of destroying her husbands political campaign.

“So that Thuma Mina Journalist posted that clip on purpose, a compaign to destroy Bandile Masuku”

Read Tweeps Reaction…

“At the end off the day u have water Food money. Which this people don’t have u can wake up in the morning and. Tell ur self what can I eat now cos there is planty of food. Hw can we call u a leader wen u can’t show the way”

 

“#BandileMasukusWife that video of Bandile Masuku shows that these people don’t give a shit about their voters to them they have to put on an act and impress the public every election”

 

“I think she was embarrassed to be eating Chicken Feet so she said “for the sake of votes” & it backfired “

 

The Gauteng Health MEC Bandile Masuku and his wife last year in July took leave of absence over the controversial R125m PPE scandal.

Their leave of absence comes after the Gauteng Health Department awarded Amabhaca King Madzikane Diko, the husband of President Cyril Ramaphosa’s spokesperson, Khusela Diko, the tender to provide PPE to the province.

Their leave of absence is expected to last between two to four weeks, while the Masukus, along with Gauteng ANC PEC member Khusela Diko, have to appear before the party’s provincial integrity commission.

In a statement on Wednesday, the Dikos said they “deeply regret the error of judgement that led Royal Bhaca to seek to do business with the department in the first place”.

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