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PHOTOS: Why President Ramaphosa always holding wife hand in public? Find out here

Everyone’s desire to be loved and cherished by their peers, especially in public spaces. Some people are shy or afraid to express their feelings for apartments in public for fear of being told by others. However, there are those who are not afraid to show the world that they truly love their partner, even in public.

 No one wants to hide, especially the person she loves. Wish or longing of everyone to be appreciated and accepted in front of others. Consistent with the author’s opinion, it would not be a show if the couple showed their love in public.

 The president of the Republic of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa, is with married men who are not ashamed to show the world that they truly love their wife by holding her hand wherever they go. It is rare to see the president without his wife holding hands in public. Be sure to congratulate her on the president and show the country that she is the first lady of the country.

 The president was always accompanied by his beautiful wife named Tshepo Motsepe Ramaphosa. The two are often seen together on parliamentary occasions and at other meetings and visits to the presidency. The reason why President Cyril Ramaphosa always holds his wife’s hand in public is that he wants her to feel loved and cherished, especially since she is the country’s first lady.

 It is rare to see a man watching over his wife in public like the president did. Mr. President sets the example for married people, but it is not embarrassing to walk with your wife to hold your hand in public. In fact, it shows love and makes a wife feel safe, in my opinion.

 What do you think? How do you feel about the president’s detention of his wife and children in public? Leave your thoughts in the comments section and let me know what you think.

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