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Do not blame Cyril Ramaphosa, blame Nelson Mandela (OPINION)

The current president of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa is not every South African citizen's favourite. He has been vilified, alleged to be the King of the most corrupt people. The former president, Jacob Zuma's supporters do not even want to see him. The question is; was Cyril Ramaphosa ever been implicated in a scheme to defraud the South African government and found guilty?

Before people blame others they have to gather their facts straight. I acknowledge that our people hate corruption, greed and people who work only for themselves, their families & their friends. If it was not because of Cyril Ramaphosa the poor people of South Africa would not be receiving the Social Relief of Distress grants.

Unlike Jacob Zuma and Mandela, Cyril does not have enough support to back him up. He has a tough job. He leads a country reeling from a series of corruption scandals. Luckily, many other corrupt government officials have been incarcerated and are now serving jail time. Thanks to the Hawks for a job well done.

Ever asked yourself why most people loved Nelson Mandela? It is because he allowed even foreigners to come and do as they please in South Africa.

What about his 46664 number? Is it related to the mark of the beast?

46664 is a series of AIDS benefit concerts played in honour of Nelson Mandela by South African and foreign musicians between 2003 and 2008. 46664 is committed to HIV AIDS awareness and prevention. It was the prison number of Nelson Mandela on Robben Island, Cape Town where he was held in captivity for 18 years. He was the 466th prisoner to be incarcerated on the island in 1964. Most people tend to think it has something to do with illuminati.

Nelson Mandela cared about everyone, but allowing even foreigners to come and stay in South Africa was a bad move. South African natives are struggling while foreign nationals are rich and when these foreign nationals prosper, they hire other people from their countries.

Amid rise in xenophobic attacks, African migrants in South Africa looked to “Madiba” as a symbol of forbearance.

If the influxes of foreign nationals were not here, the rate of poverty among South African citizens would be very low

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