In recent times, couple of pictures showing the ANC and South African President Cyril Ramaphosa sleeping managed to surface on social media platforms particularly on Twitter. And every time a picture of Cyril Ramaphosa sleeping emerges, South African people always react with mixed reactions.
Another picture of Cyril Ramaphosa sleeping yet again on during an event has emerged. As one would expect, many South Africans reacted to the picture. And one such person who have joined countless South Africans in talking about a picture of president Cyril Ramaphosa sleeping, is the well-known former Eskom group CEO, Matshela Koko.
Matshela Koko reacted to the picture of Cyril Ramaphosa sleeping by posing one of the most thought provoking question, which will most likely leave many South Africans with more questions than answers. Many South Africans are always wondering why is the president of the country is always sleeping.
The former Eskom group CEO, Matshela Koko asked the following thought provoking question:
"Why is President Cyril Ramaphosa sleeping on the job without failing?"
Matshela Koko also noticed that the minister in the presidency Mondli Gungubele was also sleeping. However, many people who follows Matshela Koko put it to him that maybe those leaders are tired because they're doing a lot of work.
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