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'If He Doesn't Stop His Agenda, He Will Be Humiliated' 'War' Declared On Cyril

President Cyril Ramaphosa's address where he announced that if COVID-19 numbers continue to surge, then mandatory vaccination might be on the cards, has infuriated some church leaders.

Leader of African Christian Democratic Party (ACDP) Kenneth Meshoe who is also a member of parliament has declared war on president Cyril Ramaphosa warning him that if he doesn't stop with this idea of mandatory vaccination, then he is going to humiliated.

Meshoe described mandatory vaccination as "anti-christ" and says if president Cyril Ramaphosa doesn't stop it, then there is going to be serious consequences.

"The man who championed what was once regarded as the most liberal constitution in the world, Cyril Ramaphosa, has now turned against the same constitution that earned him the respect of world leaders. If he does not stop his anti-Christ agenda, he will soon be humiliated," he said.

Source: https://twitter.com/RevMeshoe/status/1465288226697056256?t=f44yk68A8c3XwPGkjyNf4A&s=19

The ACDP leader further argued that president Cyril Ramaphosa must know that by law, a policy of mandatory vaccinations cannot be implemented by government until Parliament has dealt with the matter.

He said Cyril Ramaphosa should be reminded that he is neither above the law, nor is he above the South African constitution.

Kenneth Meshoe without mincing his words made serious allegations arguing that Ramaphosa is considering mandatory vaccination before "has partnered with the new world order" to disregard the hard won freedoms of South African citizens.

"President Cyril Ramaphosa is dishonest and should therefore not be trusted. He has partnered with his New World Order buddies to erode and trample on hard-won freedoms of all South Africans. He seems to have placed the interests of his handlers above those of South Africans," said Meshoe.

Some critics also concurred with Kenneth Meshoe and have threatened to revolt if government introduces mandatory vaccination. They argue that the South African constitution promotes the freedoms and rights of people and mandatory vaccination is a clear violation of those rights and freedoms.

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ACDP African Christian Democratic Party Cyril Ramaphosa Kenneth Meshoe Meshoe

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