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“Covid-19 Listens To Ramaphosa” — Man Says Ramaphosa Stopped Covid-19 Because Of Election

A South African youth said that Coronavirus is indeed a very intelligent virus and could listen to people's instructions. He said that Coronavirus was able to listen to president Cyril Ramaphosa and stopped spreading because of the local government election. The man ironically said that since the mass campaigns started, the government is no longer talking about superspreaders. The mass campaigns being done in South Africa is being massively attended and most of the people attending these campaigns are not even observing the coronavirus rules and regulations as stipulated by the government of President Cyril Ramaphosa. This is why people are now saying that president Cyril Ramaphosa must have spoken to the virus to stop its operations in the country for now till the local government election is over. Will this be the case?


Well, a South African youth thinks so. He said, “The virus listens to orders too. 

Ramaphosa said its election time, and it took a break, so they can campaign”. The youth was reacting to a so-called fence that is posted below.


Regarding this fence, another South African Twitter user wrote, “I think the whole fence thing is silly, but I like this. It is like a VIP section. I need that fence when walking around in joburg. I was walking in Pretoria town and someone put a condom in my pocket. Furthermore, I didn't feel it because it was packed. My girl didn't believe that story”. There are always contentions in South Africa especially on social media as people are asking why the large political gatherings are not regarded as superspreaders, why funerals and burial ceremonies are tagged as super spreaders. Another person wants to know why the government limited the number of those coming for funerals and regulates the attendance but refuse to regulate the numbers of people coming to mass campaigns that various political parties are organizing in preparation of the much awaited local government election.



The battle for voters is what is driving many political parties into organizing massive campaigns that are usually attended by thousands of people, but these were the same government that was warning the people against gathering for any social functions. This is why this particular youth want to know the language president Cyril Ramaphosa used to address the virus to stop till after the election. It's been forecasted that the 4th Wave of Coronavirus may emerge after November 1st local government election. 

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