Sign in
Download Opera News App

News Politics




Africa politics

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

Matamela Since 2018, Cyril Ramaphosa has served as South Africa's fifth democratically elected president and, since 2017, as the chairman of the African National Congress.

Following rumours that the South African president, Cyril Ramaphosa, met with the Director-General of the World Health Organization, Dr. Tedros Ghebreyesus, in February of this year in Cape Town, Cyril Ramaphosa was exposed for signing an agreement granting the World Health Organization veto power over our own Department of Health in South Africa.

South Africans have accused President Cyril Ramaphosa of betrayal after rumours circulated that he signed an agreement allowing the World Health Organization veto power over our own Department of Health.

Concerned South Africans voiced the following concerns on Twitter:

But guys, because we are aware of what the current leadership is doing and we are the youth, why don't we organise to create a new kind of leadership that suits our interests? We cannot remain pessimistic. Since the beginning of Cyril Ramaphosa's reign, several conspiracy theories have been circulated regarding him; therefore, we want remedies. Even while some of these assumptions appear to be accurate, we cannot sit idly by and wait for him to do whatever he is willing to do. We must take a position and try to defeat him during the presidential elections of 2024.

Africans were the intended recipients of this immunisation. Given that we are walking corpses in this country, especially as blacks, they would rather kill me with a direct gunshot than with a veiled purpose. We are the most defenceless. Our traditional healers must initiate preparations for the manufacturing of therapeutic medications. Please, let's begin healing one other by casting spells on each other.

According to the previous comments, South Africans are frightened that their president is engaging in dangerous games that jeopardise their lives. Do you think Cyril Ramaphosa struck an agreement with the World Health Organization?

Please leave your comments below, don't forget to like, share, and follow me.

Content created and supplied by: Beejaypen (via Opera News )

African National Congress Cyril Ramaphosa South Africa WHO World Health Organization


Load app to read more comments