A Facebook user has told president Cyril Ramaphosa to put his words into action after he spoke about the South African Constitution. This morning, Ramaphosa advice South Africans to safeguard the constitution of the country and also its democracy.
In his words, he said, “We must safeguard against all efforts to diminish our hard-won democracy – whether this is in the form of corruption in state-owned enterprises, the subversion of our law enforcement agencies, the sabotage of our economic infrastructure, or attacks on the independence and integrity of our judiciary.”
This statement from the president got many people talking online, some of the users who responded to his statement asked him to put his words into action, that is today he has to protect the Constitution too.
Another Facebook user reacted to his statement claiming that the ANC is the problem, not the constitution. He also accused Lindiwe Sisulu, the minister of tourism of trying to change the Constitution so that people can steal money in peace.
“There's nothing wrong with our constitution the problem is the ANC. People like Lindiwe Sisulu want to change our constitution so that they steal our money in peace,” said the Facebook user.
In your own opinion, what can you say about the statement made by President Cyril Ramaphosa?
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