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Ramaphosa got assaulted after he sent this message to recently delegated Miss SA

South Africa has another Sovereign! KwaZulu-Natal's Lalela Mswane has been delegated Miss South Africa 2021 at the sparkling expo finale held at Fabulous Field, GrandWest in Cape Town. The occasion was hung on Saturday evening. 

As a component of complimenting the new Miss SA, President Cyril Ramaphosa conveyed a message to the new sovereign on Twitter "Congrats to our new #MissSA2021, Lalela Mswane, who took the fervently challenged title the previous evening against a gathering of exceptionally rousing young ladies," Ramaphosa said, adding that he looked into her message of expectation for the young people of South Africa and her support for the headway of ladies. 

Be that as it may, Mzansi was distraught as Ramaphosa has been mum on numerous major circumstances happened in the nation however presently he is out complimenting the new Miss SA. A few South Africans rushed to assault the president Is that an issue of significance to him? "We needn't bother with you saluting Models on Twitter, if it's not too much trouble, regard us. the nation is self-destructing on the off chance that you haven't saw," a Twitter client said. 

There has been the issue of Somalians consuming cabs in Gqeberha and three Priests held prisoner yet Ramaphosa didn't issue even one proclamation. South Africans feel Ramaphosa is uninformed on issues that truly concern residents. As indicated by a few residents, when there are occurrences of sexual orientation based brutality in the country, Ramaphosa never expresses a word. He couldn't care less with regards to ladies however presently he behaves like he wants to think about it. ANC councilor applicants are killed left and right however Ramaphosa never lets out the slightest peep! Do you additionally feel the president's needs are not all together? 


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