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Government led by Cyril acting unlawfully in an attempt to coerce people to vaccine for a R200

Our government led by Cyril Ramaphosa yet again acting unlawfully in an attempt to coerce people to vaccine for a R200 shoprite voucher.

That time our national food basket is over R4k, they think our people are fools. Obviously, he will use that money to sponsor his second term campaign.

Why would the president Cyril Ramaphosa coerce people vaccine for R200 shoprite voucher, this is very unlawful, before now food is being sold for R4k, obviously, President Cyril Ramaphosa would use this money to campaign for his second term, South Africa people and those who are lovers of good, let us cry out enough is enough, we cannot watch people lives and destiny been scattered, those who are human activists and unionists should rise and talk, we need change not chains.

This is an insult to our people,

his obsession with vaccination raise questions on what's contained in the agreements they signed with the trial vaccine manufacturers. Does the president have an advisor? Yes, he has, and his advisor if His advisor is Rupert his business partner.

Mhlabatsi said on Twitter that, so they put us in hard lockdown, and they didn't care whether you have anything to eat or not, deliberately shut down some companies, people are desperate now, and they know that R250 is something for some.

So, after the people have been on lockdown, companies short down and the president knows that R200 means a lot to some people, why did Cyril Ramaphosa says that for you to get the free food the condition is that you must be vaccinated, this is raise some dust that may be president Cyril Ramaphosa heard agreement with the vaccine company and there are benefits attach. We cannot fold our hands that the same government we vote and now turning back against us… Never! 


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