President Cyril Ramaphosa who took over from Jacob Zuma came into power office with a lot of promises for South Africans. Some of the promises have been fulfilled while several others are still yet to come.
In this article, I would be talking about the negative effects or some of the things that will happen if President Cyril Ramaphosa refuses to fulfill his promise before leaving office.
Here are some of the things that will happen if president Cyril Ramaphosa refuses to fulfill his promise to south Africans.
1. The country would move backward
Coming into office, President Cyril promised South Africans that the economy of the country will grow. No doubt the growth is going on slowly but with the advent of the Covid-19, the economy is a bit stagnant. If Cyril didn't make wise decisions that will help the economy grow, things would move backward.
2. Unemployment rate will increase
Cyril Ramaphosa promises to create new jobs but despite the creation of some jobs, unemployment is still high. He must try to fulfill his promise so that the unemployment in South Africa will reduce. The unemployment rate will increase if the economy is not strong.
3. Violence will increase in South Africa
When a president refuses to fulfill most of the agreements for his citizens, the tendency of violence will erupt in the country. This is because people wouldn't be happy with the president due to their suffering.
4. He will leave a bad record in office
People see him as a liar when he leaves office with fulfilling his promise and that won't be a good record to leave behind as a president. He should strive to leave a good record.
5. People will lose trust in him
Even when he decides to run for another position, people would not vote for him because he didn't perform well as a president.
We all know the implications of bad governance in a country. All the above things may happen if bad governance exists in a country.
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