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Andile Lungisa seems to be supporting president Cyril Ramaphosa: Opinion

We know that that the ANC is is divided. There are those who are anti Ramaphosa and most of them are from the RET forces. We know that Andile Lungisa is one of those people who are in the RET forces and most of the time they critisize what the president is doing and they blame him for most of the things that they think are going wrong, especially for those leaders like Ace Magashule, Former president Jacob Zuma, Supra Mahumapelo and others.

We also know that many of them have been confused about whether they should vote for the ANC or not this time around since the arrest of the former president Jacob Zuma. President Cyril has been going out to communities trying to convince people to vote for the ANC and all of the sudden, we see that Andile Lungisa is actually rooting for the president saying that the ANC will take it from the DA.

"President Ramaphosa well received at ward 40 the ANC is going to win this from the DA. Young candidate Cde Nonkie will a Cllr come November 1"

Many people were surprised by what Andile Lungisa has said. It seems like these people are confused. The next thing they say that president Cyril Ramaphosa is not their president and then all of the sudden he is their president. They thought that the people of South Africa will reject the president as they have been saying that president Cyril Ramaphosa has bought votes. Now they are no longer saying that because they can see that the people are supporting the president even though there have been some few incident, but the president has een doing well so far.

Andile Lungisa can see that the Ramaphosa's train is moving and he does not want to be left out. Some people are even thinking that Andile Lungisa's account has been hacked because this does not sound like him at all.

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ANC Ace Magashule Cyril Ramaphosa Jacob Zuma Supra Mahumapelo


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