Sizwe Dlomo Asks People On Twitter If Ramaphosa Regrets Running For President | See Wh



It is now coming to the people’s attention that there is no bright future for the country if the same political party that has been in power for 30 years will bring happy days. This is because the current government don’t have a leader as important things that need to be used for public knowledge are shared under the carpet.

The reason for this is that those ministers and members of the same party have been linking and pimping each other by making sure that the wealth remains under the ANC Bigwig. Is this the best reason to keep the same political party in power as it is in the attempt to turn Eskom into a private corporation? This is because Eskom issues are also failing the state even though the government can afford to fix up the mess with the available resources if they are used fairly.


A well-known TV personality and 959 radio broadcaster has just hit the ANC President Cyril Ramaphosa as he asked this important question. He asked Cyril Ramaphosa whether he had any regrets with been the South African President. This is because he does not answer the people’s questions when they ask about the lack of transparency and accountability in his cabinet.

This question on Sizwe’s Twitter account has been sparking a lot of attention over the last few days and it seems like Radio broadcasters are not afraid to speak the truth on air. Sizwe who has been Admant in Ramaphosa’s presidency has seen how Ramaphosa is not ready to serve since his just ANC President who is hungry for power and access to money.


Does Cyril Ramaphosa have any regrets about him being the president of South Africa or this is these just rumours to block the ANC campaigns not to be completed?

What is your intake on this matter and why do you say so?

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