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OPINION: President Ramaphosa said two weeks, it seems he might have forgotten about us. Find out why.

On the 12th September 2021 president Cyril Ramaphosa held a family meeting withthenation. During the family meeting the president moved the country down to level three.

The president during the speech also promised a review of the regulations in two weeks time depending on the state of the pandemic. Two weeks ended tonight and there is no family meeting to speak of.

The cases have been very low lately and many are calling for a move down to level one or even two will do. The country has been under the state of national disaster for too long.

The premier of Western Cape Alan Winde has been calling for the end of the state of national disaster. He said the country cannot be extended forever and must actually come to an end.

The minister of health Joe Phaahla hinted that the country could be moved to a lower level soon. We all thought that tonight the president was going to announce the much awaited move down to one of the remaining levels.

It is not like president Ramaphosa to forget his promise to the country, but then again he leads the ANC. Is there a reason why the president forgot about us.

Here is a list of reasons why the president might have forgotten about us.

1. He is out of the country. That could be a reason enough during the stone age,we live in the 21st century. He can address the country from anywhere.

2. He is sorting the mess out at Lithuli house. The party failed to submit candidates list on time,and the employees were also not paid for three months.

3. He is planning to take the country directly down to level one. That will definitely be wonderful.

The coronavirus pandemic is unpredictable. The country should be moved from one extreme to the next one. We should move from level one to three and vice-versa.

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