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Shivambu Weighs On Cyril-Boris Pact As UK Prime Minister Resigns


Economic Freedom Fighters deputy president, Floyd Shivambu has argued that soon after UK prime minister, Boris Johnson resigns, president Cyril Ramaphosa is also going to face the music.

The UK prime who has been under fire for months after the exposé that he threw a party during hard lockdown when citizens were not allowed outside has resigned after the British says he must fall.

Floyd Shivambu said this is befiting for Johnson, and soon his friend, Cyril Ramaphosa is also going to do so or he will be forced to resign through a motion of no confidence.

"Boris must fall: He was given an illegal permission by a puppet to discuss South Africa’s electricity solutions so he must fall this week and soon it will be his puppet friend here! A motion of a no confidence is a better sword if he refuses to fall on his own sword," said Shivambu.

Some comrades within the ANC speculate that a resignation plan for Ramaphosa is being put in place. Police minister, Bheki Cele and some of Ramaphosa's friends are alleged to be talking to him.

It is however alleged that president Cyril Ramaphosa want them also to resign as he reportedly said that his own resignation will embarrass the ANC and it will prevent NGC/Policy conference this month.

The resignation of UK prime minister, Boris Johnson has given RET forces ideas that it is also possible to force president Cyril Ramaphosa out of power.

Some are calling for cooperative governance and traditional affairs minister, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma to do the right thing and lead the resignation of president Cyril Ramaphosa.

ANC veteran, and a staunch supporter of former president Jacob Zuma, Carl Niehaus says the Ramaphosa Must Go mass marches to unseat the president and against rising prices are on track as more comrades are expected to take to the streets calling for Ramaphosa to fall.

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