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“Without Cyril Ramaphosa we Are Nothing” — Jacob Says as Fuel Prices Decrease Once More

Jacobs, a faithful admirer of President Cyril Ramaphosa, has declared his allegiance to him once again, adding, "without Cyril Ramaphosa we are nothing." This was in response to a comment on how low gas costs have gotten. Thuso, another staunch ally and backer of President Cyril Ramaphosa, made the comment. The two influential people on social media are using their personal Twitter accounts to advocate for Cyril Ramaphosa for president. Thuso argued that Ramaphosa is a genuine politician, citing his handling of the phala phala farmgate scandal as evidence. He continued, "Phala phala farmgate demonstrated kuthi we had fearless congressman, and the man is a great leader." It's worth noting that President Cyril Ramaphosa's legion of fans and admirers have been actively campaigning for him online, perhaps in advance of any run for reelection.

In the lead-up to the ANC's national conference in December, some prominent social media influencers who support Ramaphosa and his administration have been tweeting positive comments about the president. They realize the importance of social media in politics and are utilizing it to rebut all the attacks on the president. One more Cyril Ramaphosa fan and follower urged Thuso to keep spreading the president's good news in order to boost his popularity. Thanks, Thuso, and I hope the good news continues. Naidoo, a widely followed figure in South African social media, recently said that Ramaphosa is the best president in his lifetime. "President Ramaphosa is the best president in the world," he proclaimed. This idea was echoed by Bram Hanekom, who remarked "Again, I must stress how fortunate we are to have Cyril Ramaphosa leading our country. They despise him because he is a guy of process, and processes are hated by the corrupt ".


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