The worse part about South African crisis. BLF Leader Andile Mgxitama warned us as early as 2017 about the Presidency of Cyril Ramaphosa. He told us that blacks under the leadership of Cyril Ramaphosa as a President will be our mass funeral.
Due to our ignorance we refused to listen and label Andile as a lunatic. Today we are getting nyised everyday by the very same man with his gangsters abo Pravin Gordhan etc.
How can a government that doesn't care if people have water, electricity, proper health care, adequate high level education, proper roads, proper police with effective justice system and jobs be more worried about vaccines 💉 👀💭
Right now we have a government focusing on vaccinating people. The same government has never focused on getting the people out of poverty. If President Cyril Ramaphosa want to make vaccination mandatory in a democratic South Africa.
It will simply means that FW De Klerk didn't die but he multiplied in a form of a Blackman.
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