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ANC Veteran Says Big Skeletons Are Coming Out Cyril's Closet

A veteran of the ANC, Carl Niehaus, has revealed that this time, not only are small skeletons emerging from Cyril Ramaphosa's closet, but also enormous ones.

Niehaus has always been open in his criticism of the administration of President Cyril Ramaphosa. As more scandals regarding the president come to light, he continues to call for his resignation.

"Not only the little nyana skeletons, but even the huge Phala Phala Farm Gate skeletons, are slowly but surely emerging from the closet!

#RamaphosaMustGo, "said Carl Niehaus.

Carl Niehaus, a former spokesman for the Umkhonto Wesizwe Military Veterans Association, asserted that the president's trip to the G7 summit in Germany was specifically to examine the idea of privatization state institutions like Eskom.

He regrets that the nation's assets are being sold under Ramaphosa's administration, which explains why the president lacks the drive to swiftly address the problems at Eskom.

"That concludes it! Cyril Ramaphosa attended the G7 summit with the intention of selling out South Africa and stripping our assets, specifically Eskom.

The sixth stage of loadshedding is part of the accelerated decommissioning that Ramaphosa and Boris Johnson discussed! We're being sold, "Niehaus stated.

Kim Heller, a South African novelist and political commentator, warned a few years ago that Cyril Ramaphosa is disposable and easily replaceable, and that the white media can no longer shield him from his increasing crises.

According to attorney Vuyani Ngalwana, it is difficult for president Cyril Ramaphosa to evade accountability now that the cat is out of the bag.

"#CyrilMustGo. No longer is the cat in the bag. There is no way out of this dilemma for Ramaphosa. Surely, even his financial backers are unable to spin this. Surely the South African population (no matter how forgiving or uneducated) cannot ignore these discoveries about their saint "said Ngalwana.


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