we are very disappointed about your plan of going to Nkandla, Cyril ramaphosa supporters speak out.
The former president of South Africa Jacob Zuma invited EFF President Julius malema to come to Nkandla for a tea party. after the tea party,the event was trending on social media and Jacob Zuma also invited other top six ANC members to come to Nkandla to also have a tea party.
however some of them went to nkandla to meet the former president,including the minister of saps Beki cele and others.Jacob Zuma has clearly stated that he does not want Cyril Ramaphosa as at Nkandla because he is not welcome and the supporters of Cyril ramaphosa are attacking him because of his plan to go to Nkandla.
they said that they are very disappointed about his plan to go to Nkadla and they also stated on Twitter that it is Jacob Zuma who is supposed to see the president Cyril Ramaphosa, not Cyril Ramaposa going to encounter to have a tea party with Jacob Zuma.
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