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Cyril Ramaphosa Blasts The New Leadership In Mpumalanga

Cyril Ramaphosa Blasts The New Leadership In Mpumalanga

Date: 2022/04/03

The president was in Mpumalanga this afternoon where new leadership has been chosen, Ramaphosa is not happy that a person facing criminal charges has been elected to be the chairman, Mandla Ndlovu was accused of various crimes, not just any crimes, political crimes and he still has to go in the trial so he can fight for his case. The president is not entirely pleased with some of the decisions that Mpumalanga made.

Lindiwe Ntshalintshali who has been elected deputy secretary of the province openly said that she does not support the president, but Mr. Ramaphosa does not care about people’s opinions even when they come from within the party he leads.

Mandla Ndlovu could be told to step aside after all that hard work he did with the celebrations he had after he found out that he got more than 400 votes out of the 700 members of the ANC that were at the conference yesterday.

About ANC – ANC

The president is on a mission to restore the ANC, he wants them to be as clean as any organization, he wants the people that work for the organization to not even think of any criminal activities when they work with him, he wants people that have no records in the new ruling party that he is creating.

The president does not want any mistakes, he suspended Ace Magashule based on accusations that the secretary-general said are frivolous, this means that most of the politicians that come after have to be squicky clean which is highly impossible, politicians have the power to be themselves as much as they want, but with Cyril as president they will be highly regulated, the government will be highly effective and a lot will be done moving forward, our country will be clean and nice, work will be completed and crime will be reduced.


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