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Ramaphosa had to use police force to enter his hometown after community block him

After neighborhooding him, Ramaphosa anticipated to utilize police to gain access to his old neighborhood.

President Cyril Matamela Ramaphosa, the President of the Republic of South Africa and the leader of the opposition African National Congress (ANC), has also taken part in local government election campaigns.

He planned to take advantage of the Independent Electoral Commission's (IEC) enrollment week's end to enlist people to project a voting form and, in addition, choose them to rule for the ANC by the deadline.

Regardless matter how President Cyril Matamela Ramaphosa was born in Venda, he was raised in SOWETO and spent a significant portion of his life there.

President Cyril Matamela Ramaphosa decided to commence a political campaign in his hometown of SOWETO, despite the fact that residents in Naledi SOWETO excused him by using deterrent tactics, and he planned to enter using police power.

Tenants in Naledi, who were protesting the lack of power in their space, welcomed President Ramaphosa. is a source.

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