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Cyril Ramaphosa Unexpectedly Forced To Act Strongly On Lindiwe Explosive Comments

Cyril Ramaphosa Unexpectedly Forced To Act Strongly On Lindiwe Explosive Comments

Date: 2022/01/24

Lindiwe Sisulu wants to be president of the ANC, and big media companies do not like how she thinks, they want to see her deep in the grave, she attacked judge Raymond Zondo saying that he has been colonized in the mind by the education and the Roman-Dutch law which does not help Africans.

Lindiwe just wanted some attention and she went around it the wrong way, she could have taken some of her money and savings and went to some of the poorest parts of South Africa and gave out free lunches, only that way she could have gotten the attention from media in a positive manner, instead of fighting capitalists who control the media.

President Cyril Ramaphosa is a great guy, his moves spectacular, he never says anything he just lets the media deal with you, he knows only that way may you be solved, now they are pushing for the ANC NEC to break her spirit so that she may never have a job in politics again.

If it happens that the ANC expels her, Julius Malema will make sure that she continues her job and she gets to the top as she has been destained, we all know that she comes from a powerful family, and only that way may she stay shinning.

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Her Comments were very explosive, she got to the top by being herself, also his family taught her everything she knows, now all she has to do is prepare herself to be the president and not be scared of what the media is saying about her because capitalists just want to see these nations break apart.

This is enough for everyone Lindiwe knows that, but the problem is the lifestyle, we come from neighborhoods where one person starts shinning the entire place wants to see them down.


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