President Cyril Ramaphosa while campaigning for the ANC in Ward 50 introduced a new councillor for the forthcoming local government elections who is a 30-years-old lady by the name, Nomxolisi Phezisa.
Ramaphosa while introducing her disclosed that she is completing her B. Ed degree. He also said that Phezisa has experience in local government, and she wants to focus on youth development programmes.
“The candidate councillor here in Ward 50 is Nomxolisi Phezisa. She is 30, full of energy and she is the first woman candidate here. She is completing her B. Ed degree, has experience in local government, and she wants to focus on youth development programmes,” says Ramaphosa.
Picture of president Ramaphosa and Nomxolisi Phezisa the contestant for ANC
Many people reacted to his tweet unpleasantly. Most of their reactions were towards the unemployment of the youths and the bad leadership that South Africa is facing.
One of the users who reacted said, “You failed to deliver service for 27 years and you want us to believe that you guys will bring change? we are not kids.”
Check out more replies from Twitter users below
Many of their replies are always related to the failure of the government. The youths in South Africa are seeking new jobs as the unemployment in the country continues to increase.
South Africans are suggesting that the Government needs to create new jobs, and that should be what the ANC should focus on. The problem of inadequate water supply and bad roads in rural areas should be addressed too.
What can you say about this young ANC aspirant that is contesting during this election?
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