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

This businessman-turned-politician is currently serving as the fifth democratically elected South African president as well as the current president of the African National Congress (ANC).

This agreement gives the World Health Organization veto power over our own Department of Health in South Africa, following rumors that President Cyril Ramaphosa met with WHO Director-General Dr. Tedros Ghebreyesus in Cape Town in February of this year, according to a statement from the World Health Organization on Thursday.

Outrage in South Africa has been aroused by Cyril Ramaphosa's apparent agreement with the World Health Organization to have veto power over our own Department of Health.

Many South Africans took to Twitter to express their worries about the current crisis.

Why not unite to form a new leadership that serves us as young people who are aware of the existing leadership's actions?? We've had enough of that. Since Cyril Ramaphosa took office, rumors have swirled about his character. We need to know the truth. No matter how realistic some of those hypotheses may seem, we can't just sit back and wait. We must take a stand and work to unseat him in the presidential elections in 2024.

For Africans like us, it was built from the ground up. Sooner than conceal their genuine motivations, they'd rather shoot me than try to cover up their actions. The moment has come to put our traditional healers to work researching new remedies because we are the most vulnerable. Let us begin to heal one another by casting spells on one another.

According to the comments above, South Africans are worried that their president is playing games with their lives and putting them at risk. To which of the following claims do you give the most weight when it comes to the recent actions of Cyril Ramaphosa toward the WHO: Comment below and tell us what you think.


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