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Cyril to be ‘expelled’ after losing case against ATM

President Cyril Ramaphosa is having bad days, and even worse ones as his life is being turned upside down.

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ATM (African Transformation Movement) has won a secret ballot case to expel president Ramaphosa. The movement laid out their complaints about Cyril's governance and claims that everything has gone to record heights with him in power.

The list comprises of the high unemployment, load shedding, irregular expenditure, PPE corruption, and irregular lockdown rules to mention a few.

“ANC RET forces and DA will vote in his favour”, states Mbuso.

“Ranko must go. We are tired of his Lockdown regulations. It's like we are living in apartheid. Some of us can't attend churches in full capacity but tarvens are operating to full capacity. Superspreader events like elections took place and nothing happened afterwards”, one person said.

“Speaker must appeal this, the court can't instruct the Speaker of NA how to use her power. Separation of powers”, says Matt.

“It's a victory for democracy, sadly Ranko will win this one”, says Siza as he believes that Cyril will remain ontop despite this ‘little’ case.

“You are wasting the time of the President”, says Olwethu.

“We are simply carrying out the wishes of the people who have spoken themselves recently and said they are sick and tired of the Cyril Ramaphosa led corrupt and incompetent administration”, Mzwanele Manyi claps back.

“We must remember who had the first kick. Some will come later & claim easy victory. Empa Molimi hase moji, marikana and e-toll. Fees must fall movement. All that repositioned forgotten politicians”, says Isaac.

“Please make sure you remove that clown from stellenbosch”, Bheki adds.

“The captured concourt will step in and rule in favour of Ramaphosa”, says Caswell, who believes that the case will be in favour of the president, while hinting that they might send a brown envelope through a picture.

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ATM African Transformation Movement DA Mbuso Ranko


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