United Democratic Movement (UDM)’s Nqabayomzi Kwankwa displayed exceptional leadership skills during the State of the Nation Address (SONA).
Kwankwa on Thursday made way to people’s hearts by standing up to the two speakers of the National Assembly and National Council of provinces (NCOP).
Kwankwa questioned the type of leadership which was displayed in Parliament saying their political differences shouldn’t affect the proceedings of the house.
He went on to question the manner in which Congress of the People (COPE)’s Willie Madisha was chased out of the chamber.
Madisha was chased out of the chamber for speaking without being recognised by the speaker.
“We need to be treated fairly here, you were extremely harsh on honourable Madisha, there are members of Parliament who stood up fifty times and he said something once or twice and was told to leave the house,” said Kwankwa.
Following this great display of leadership, Kwankwa stole the hearts of Parliament fans and became their crush, threatening to take Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF)’s Mbuyiseni Ndlozi’s title of being the “People’s Bae”.
— Cam (@CamModisane) February 9, 2017
— Ncinci ka Ayanda (@BABENOMS) February 10, 2017
Move over Ndlozi….the number one spot now belongs to Honorable Kwankwa pic.twitter.com/wG3QFKNjFC
— Sukoluhle Nyathi (@SueNyathi) February 10, 2017
New People’s bae😍😍😍 New brook sweeps cleaner.Honourable Kwankwa. Viva UDM viva✊ pic.twitter.com/aLM4xm7meW
— #Siyajola2017😍😙🙌 (@TinasheZA) February 10, 2017
— #MaZunguOmuhle (@Miss_Phiwo) February 10, 2017