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People on social media could not stop talking after seeing little children doing this

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People on social media could not stop talking after seeing little children tearing up president Cyril Ramaphosa's poster. These little children seem to not like Cyril Ramaphosa, as they also said so in this video.

The reason why these little children said they don't like Cyril Ramaphosa was that they believed that Cyril Ramaphosa was the one who was the cause of former president Jacob Zuma to be removed from being the president.

It also seems as if these little children liked the former president Jacob Zuma, as they also told the lady which was making this video. Some people on social media however said that these children were probably brainwashed by their parents.

Parents have a huge influence on children and surely these children's parents obviously influenced them to not like Cyril Ramaphosa. These little children even tried to tear up Cyril Ramaphosa's poster infront of this lady which was making this video. However this lady managed to convince them not to tear it up and they left without tearing it.

These little children seem to be very determine to tear up Cyril Ramaphosa's poster as they said they will come back when the lady is gone to go tear up Cyril Ramaphosa's poster. 

These little children obviously when they grow up they will not be voting for the ANC if president Cyril Ramaphosa is still the president when they are in the legal age of voting. However surely when these children reach the legal age of voting president Cyril Ramaphosa will not be the president at that time.


Here are some of the comments that people on social media made after seeing these little children tearing up president Cyril Ramaphosa's poster.

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