Ramaphosa| Mandela’s Granddaughter Notices Something On This Photo
There were some amusing replies on Instagram posed by a question from the granddaughter of Nelson Mandela.
Ndileka Mandela noticed a photograph of president Ramaphosa.
The eldest grandchild of Nelson Mandela is Ndileka Mandela.
"Let me imagine they are praying. She literally listed her post. The bhathu (shoe) is another day's discussion."
The message reached at times more than 200 people and some were involved in the comment area.
The picture depicts the President sitting in the ANC regalia standing on a bench with two other ANC people.
The president and the one at his right are shut in their eyes, so they may pray.
The figure on the left appears to be his prayer.
It's the President's shoes that she has also noticed.
They appear really unusual, and they have reacted.
See some of the comments on the post below.
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