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“Tell Ramaphosa That His Boss is Gone, And he is Next” — Dlamini Marshall Says

The EFF Secretary General, Dlamini Marshall has written a statement that directly ascribe to president Cyril Ramaphosa, saying that boss of Ramaphosa is gone, and that Ramaphosa will follow. Recall that the EFF Secretary General has been campaigning against Ramaphosa, urging him to step aside. Dlamini Marshall has said that as long as president Cyril Ramaphosa remains in office, the EFF will never recognize him as president. This has always caused an argument between EFF members and the supporters, defenders and followers of President Cyril Ramaphosa, especially on social media, Twitter precisely. Dlamini Marshall has constantly told President Ramaphosa to resign for his own good, in order to save the country. He wrote, “Tell @CyrilRamaphosa that his boss Boris is gone, he's next #Ramaphosamustfall

#PhalaPhalaFarmGate”. President Cyril Ramaphosa and Boris Johnson had enjoyed a very cordial relationship as presidents.

The issue of Boris Johnson has been trending since two days ago, but some presidents are sympathizing with him. However, many South Africans are not. Another person wrote, “#MrPhalaPhala @CyrilRamaphosa as you see time is up as well for you here, your Boss time is up in UK ….as a nation, we ask you PLEASE STEP DOWN “SIR” we don't have confidence in you any more with your #PhalaPhalaFarmGate

Lingering too. #CyrilRamaphosamustgo #NationalShutdown”. Some people are hoping that president Cyril Ramaphosa will also imitate this move of Boris Johnson and step aside honourably. However, African leaders are adamant and they rarely step aside, except when the heat is on. Another person wrote, “Since President Cyril Ramaphosa is loyal to and inspired by Britain, he should also learn from them and know when it’s time to step down as leader, especially when no one believes in your leadership except his group of thumaminions. #PhalaPhalaGate”.


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