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"We Warned You At Nasrec" ANC's Yengeni Says Things Will Get Worse

Tony Yengeni, an ANC veteran who is highly critical of president Cyril Ramaphosa's administration, claimed that at the Nasrec conference they warned against his election, but nobody listened.

Now that the country is beginning to suffer the effects of loadshedding, they will understand why some comrades at Nasrec opposed Ramaphosa's victory, according to him.

As long as the media does not scream and shout, a nationwide blackout is imminent. Things are beginning to deteriorate! "At Nasrec, we forewarned you," stated Tony Yengeni.

Some South Africans are infuriated by the fact that the country is undergoing stage 6 loadshedding, but no heads have yet rolled. The sector's leaders are still sitting comfortably in their positions of authority.

The president does not address the public on an urgent basis, and Pravin Gordan continues to be lauded and treated with kid gloves by the mainstream media.

Indeed, we are a banana republic. Eskom is the only factor that will ensure the ANC is fully removed from power by 2024, according to some.

Yengeni says that the much-touted new dawn of president Cyril Ramaphosa has been delayed because citizens are spending hours in the dark, despite his longstanding vow to address the problems at Eskom.

Tony Yengeni urges President Cyril Ramaphosa to do the right thing and address the nation on the crisis facing South Africa and the Phala Phala scandal. President Ramaphosa appears to be ignoring the crisis and refusing to answer questions about the Phala Phala scandal.

"You must address the nation on two matters, Mhlekazi.

Tony Yengeni informs Cyril Ramaphosa about the Stage 6 Eskom outage and #PhalaPhalaFarmGate.

Those who are horrified by Ramaphosa's lack of urgency claim that he appears to have no regard for South Africans.

This individual should have stood down and cleansed his reputation, but instead he's traveling and twerking for the G7. What does he believe the G7 think upon seeing him? Ramaphosa's detractors stated.


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