The country has suffered a lot during the pandemic as a lot of money was lost without a clear trace were it actually went. A letter has been shared after realizing what the ANC has done to the country during the first stages of the pandemic. Dawie Jacobs exposed that Ramaphosa is not worthy of praised.
This come after he said President Cyril Ramaphosa’s henchmen looted and stole R500bn that was borrowed to curb the spread of Covid-19. He said this on his recent letter. Explaining that Ramaphosa and the ANC have failed the country as leaders, he exposed that the president, in concert with former president Jacob Zuma. Who is Ramaphosa is responsible for the poverty and joblessness infesting the country.
''The ANC government has failed us with its lame-brained leaders and idiotic policies'', Dawie Jacobs said. His words made it clear that the country is way far from overcoming poverty and unemployment. Like share and follow for more related news to follow danko.
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