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Ramaphosa has been exposed for signing an agreement that gives WHO power to own health department.

As the fifth democratically elected president of South Africa, as well as the head of the African National Congress since 2017, Matamela Cyril Ramaphosa is a South African businessman and politician.

Since it has been reported that South African President Cyril Ramphosa met with Dr. Tedros Ghebreyesus, World Health Organization Director-General, in Cape Town in February, Ramaphosa has been exposed for signing an agreement that gives the WHO veto power over our own Department of Health in South Africa.

South African residents have accused Cyril Ramaphosa of betraying their interests by signing an agreement giving the World Health Organization final say over our own Department of Health.

Some of the tweets from worried South Africans may be found below.

While this current leadership is doing things that we know about, why not organize ourselves to build a new sort of leadership that will serve us? We can't go on like this forever. We need answers because Cyril Ramaphosa has been the subject of several conspiracy theories since he took office. While some of those hypotheses may be true, we cannot simply sit back and wait for Trump to act on them. During the 2024 presidential election, we must rise up and strive to remove him from office.

This vaccination was specifically designed to protect Africans against disease. People in this nation see us as a threat, and they'd rather murder me with a single shot than with an ulterior motive. We're the most susceptible. We need our traditional healers to get ready to start creating healing drugs. Let's cast spells on one another and start healing one another, please.

These remarks indicate that South African residents are concerned that their president is playing games, which might put their lives at danger. Do you believe that Cyril Ramaphosa has struck an agreement with the World Health Organization? Do you believe that? Let us know what you think by commenting below.


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