Ngalwana has postulated something that appears to have managed to leave many people with more questions than answers. To some considerable extent, Ngalwana's tweet is somewhat thought provoking.
However, it worth stating here that things have been rather hectic in South Africa particularly in the world of politics. There are so many things that have happened in recent weeks that prompted many people to engage in heated debate about how things are going currently.
What is fairly known by almost everyone is the Corona Virus pandemic has greatly affected how things are run in this country. In the meantime, the focus is on what Ngalwana has articulated on his official Twitter account. Some people might argue that Ngalwana's tweet left them hanging, because he didn't state exactly why did he change his when it comes to Cyril being good for South Africa.
Ngalwana's tweet is quite detailed: so a screenshot of the tweet will be shared shortly so that readers can able to read the tweet in its entirety without necessarily mincing any words. We have seen in recent years many well known personalities in South Africa using social media platforms to dissect and debate about many serious issues that happens in South Africa.
And the reason why people are resorting to social media platforms is because on social media nothing is censored!
As already alluded above, below is the screenshot of Ngalwana's tweet in which he talks about how he changed his mind:
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