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Naledi Chirwa Insult On Ramaphosa—Fight Breaks Out Between Ramaphosa And Zuma's Followers

President Cyril Ramaphosa's Supporters have been very embittered with the insults heaped on president Cyril Ramaphosa by EFF member, Naledi Chirwa as people call for her arrest, saying that she Disrespected the Democratically elected president of the country. A supporter and follower of President Cyril Ramaphosa wrote, “When you read Naledi Chirwa's insults to President Cyril Ramaphosa, please bear in mind that Naledi is 28 years old and the President is 69 years old. Forget that he is the President, but that is no way to talk to an adult. Naledi a ka se bolele le papage that way”. However, Jacob Zuma's supporters are saying that Naledi Chirwa did the right thing because she also Insulted Jacob Zuma when he was president, and they supported her to disrespect Zuma.

A sympathizer and supporter of Jacob Zuma revealed that Ramaphosa's followers are being bitter for nothing, saying that they hate being criticized but they are happy when Jacob Zuma is attacked, Insulted and made fun of by the media. He added, “President Zuma's kids were a victim of insults towards their father and even today… We must respect all elders it's our African culture but what I hate about you guys is that you are hypocrites because you were quiet about it when Zuma was insulted many times, but it's Ramaphosa you cry”. They said Ramaphosa's Supporters must learn to accommodate insults and criticism instead of crying all the time. However, some people seriously want her jailed, saying that if it were in some African countries, she would be cooling off in the prison by now, “If she was in one of the African countries she will be in jail by now, She raised herself. She is smoking nyaope or, She, the boyfriend is an illegal foreigner or drugs dealer, She was born in Malawi, and came to South Africa as an infant”.


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