"Are We Really Free?" Top Female Artiste Drop BOMBSHELL On Ramaphosa Over Misuse Of Government Funds.
Lately Mzansi people are not digesting the lies and deception this time with many withdrawing their support for the party and other publicly dragging corrupt politicians and their unremorseful bad activities.
This hasn't changed the fact that the ANC political party has been trying to do everything in their power to persuade South Africans into having high hopes in the governing party. Apparently this is needed with all the recent bad news that has surrounded ANC and it's comrades.
The President in a bid to call for patriotism and togetherness said we need to work together to fight against those who wants to destroy our Constitution and democracy.
In his words;
"We need to protect our Constitution, our democratic state and the electoral process from anyone who wants to weaken our democracy and deny the South African people of their hard-won freedom."
However the fight for freedom is seemingly becoming realistic as celebrities both in the music and movie sector are coming forth to support the fight. One of them is Kelly Khumalo, a South African singer, actress and dancer.
The KwaZulu-Natal born star and mother of two, took to her twitter page to respond to the above mentioned tweet by President Cyril Ramaphosa calling him out to explain what democracy really is when many are hungry, crimes and political corruption are on the increase. In her words;
"Mr President sir, What does democracy even mean if we are hungry without jobs, high teenage pregnancies, not to mention the level of crime ,gender based violence and the misuse of Government funds. are we really free? Or freedom is used to cover the reality of our country."
Thousands of South Africans trooped into the tweet to call out the president for letting so much chaos distabilise the nation, with most refering to the unsettled case of Senzo Robert Meyiwa's killing. He was a South African professional footballer who played as a goalkeeper for Orlando Pirates, He was shot and killed in a robbery on 26 October 2014.
Here are some reactions below:
"we're woken up, and we don't believe any of your statements Sir, because we know Corporations bought you Presidency hence you are serving their interests. "
"No freedom here just enrichment of cadres."
"Senzo was killed and no one was arrested for the crime they committed. We really need justice."
"Teenage pregnancy, crime, GBV are a result of the child denied access to have a relationship with their other parent."
"By the age of 36 years you nolonger qualify for a government jobThinking face but they are setting up the being as old as 65 years."
"Crime is indeed out of control 8 years on we are yet to know the killers of Senzo Meyiwa, Sam Meyiwa died a heart broken man."
Click on the blue coloured link below to see Khumalo's tweet
President Cyril Ramaphosa's tweet calling for togetherness
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