President of the republic of South Africa and African National Congress Cyril Matamela Ramaphosa kicked start his campaign for the upcoming Local government elections which is scheduled to be hosted on 1st of November 2021.
Like many politicians, they always want to Kickstart the election campaigns in their home town where they feel like they have baseline support.
President Cyril Matamela Ramaphosa also did the same on Saturday 18th August 2021, which was the day he kicked start his election campaign and it was Independent Electoral Commission weekend for registration, so he was also recruiting people to register to vote.
President Cyril Matamela Ramaphosa went to SOWETO which is his home town unfortunately the residents of Soweto Naledi decided to block him from entering his home town.
Ramaphosa was welcomed by service delivery protest and he had to rely on the help of police officers to open a way for him so that he can enter Naledi SOWETO and Kickstart his campaign program.
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