AKA again asks Elon Musk to aid energy crisis in SA

November 19, 2022 0 By Cypher9ja

AKA must have faith billionaire Elon Musk can rescue us from our energy crisis, because why the second attempt to get his attention?

Taking to Twitter, AKA asked the Tesla CEO what needs to happen for him as umkhaya to help. “Dear @elonmusk, can you please come fix the South African energy crisis. What will it take for you to come flick a few switches and save us?” he tweeted. In his mentions a tweep shared a solution Elon had long suggested in August.

“Elon Musk already suggested the same thing former president Jacob Zuma suggested,” a tweep replied.

“Countries should be increasing nuclear power generation. It is insane from a national security standpoint and bad for the environment to shut them down,” tweeted Elon.

Late in June the rapper made a similar request to Elon but the South African-born billionaire did not reply.

“Excuse me sir @elonmusk. I cannot for the life of me understand why the government hasn’t approached you to come help us with this electricity crisis, but is there any chance you could perhaps do us a solid, you know, with you being born here and all,” he tweeted.

TimesLIVE reported Eskom’s warning about more load-shedding in the coming weeks.

According to Eskom group COO Jan Oberholzer, a unit at Koeberg power station will undergo scheduled maintenance from December 8 until June next year.AKA

“Unit 1 of the Koeberg nuclear power station, which has enjoyed 384 days of uninterrupted supply, will be shut down for normal maintenance and refuelling, and the replacement of the three steam generators as part of the long-term operation to extend its operating life.”

Countries should be increasing nuclear power generation! It is insane from a national security standpoint & bad for the environment to shut them down.

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) August 26, 2022

Source – Tshisalive

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