The spokesperson for the former president Jacob Zuma, Mzwanele Manyi argues that if it is true that Ramaphosa loved the ANC as he had claimed, the right thing to do will be for him to resign over his mounting criminal cases.
Manyi says contrary to what Cyril Ramaphosa said, it looks like the president wants to run the ANC to the ground first before he could call it quits.
"If the scandal prone Ramaphosa loved the ANC, he would resign. But he wants to run it to the ground first. #PhalaPhalaFarmGate #MarikanaMassacre," Mzwanele Manyi said.
EFF former member of parliament, Fana Mokoena is also challenging Hawks and the National Prosecuting Authority to take the nation into confidence on whether or not they are going to charge president Cyril Ramaphosa.
He says citizens deserve to know, so that they can decide on what course of action to take if the country's law enforcement is reluctant about charging Ramaphosa.
"The Hawks, NPA must tell us if they’re going to charge Ramaphosa or not, given all the evidence they were given, and the evidence in Namibia which they have access to.
They must tell us quickly so that society can decide which course of action it must take," said Mokoena.
Ramaphosa's staunch supporters however believe the president still have a shot at bringing his opponents to book even with scandals hanging over his head.
They argue that Ramaphosa must act fast and put his opponents behind bars if he is to save himself from onslaught.
"Cyril Ramaphosa needs to stop playing nice. Going high when they go low! Prosecute every criminal from the RET-EFF cabal. There will be no unity if we let criminals get away with destroying the country over and over again! Lock them up! Stop the long game," said Ramaphosa's loyalist.
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