#BrianMolefe heading back to Eskom and Twitter is not having it

2017-05-12 12:32

On Friday morning, Eskom confirmed that Brian Molefe will be returning as the CEO. He will take up this position starting Monday, May 15. 

According to Fin24, Molefe quit the parastatal in November 2016 following former public protector Thuli Madonsela’s State of Capture report and has been a Member of Parliament for the past three months.

Twitter is now up in arms about the news of his return and users have started poking fun at him.

#BrianMolefe is currently at the top of the trending list on Twitter. 

Here are some of the tweets: 

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