A recent post from Ntsiki Mazwai was shared on social media and left people talking on the comments section after they learned what her motive was.
Ntsiki Mazwai posted the following query on Twitter regarding the current ruling party in our country.
Her most recent post shouldn't come as a surprise because we all know that she never holds back when it comes to speaking her mind, and her outrageous attitude has earned her a few famous enemies. She has since returned with another post, but this time she turned her attention to politics, and it's safe to say that she acknowledges that Our current ruling party, the "ANC," is dead and wishes to know who is responsible.
Tweeps continued to express their own opinions on the topic for a number of reasons, but one thing we noted is that the majority of them claimed that "President Ramaphosa" murdered the ANC, while some claimed that "Jocob Zuma" should be held accountable.
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