- President Cyril Ramaphosa recently headed online to share a clip of himself visiting Graça Machel
- In his post, the president shares high praises for the former first lady who he refers to as a renowned advocate
- Many locals headed to the comment section to share their thoughts on the visit
President Cyril Ramaphosa recently headed on to Twitter to share how he decided to visit South Africa's former first lady, Graça Machel. In his post he shared high praises for the beautiful first lady.
"Made a quick stop over to visit our former First Lady Graça Machel at the conclusion of my working visit to Mozambique. Mama Graça remains a renowned advocate for the rights of women & children around the world and has been a social & political activist for many decades."
The post received over 32k views and many comments from South Africans who quickly shared their interesting thoughts on the quick visit. Read a few of their interesting comments below:
"A respectful leader"
"Lovely act Mr.Président so proud of you, remembering Tata Madiba"
"Wow! What a house."
"Thank you Mr President for remembering to just show up. Let her know that we S.A still remember her. Ubuntu"
Briefly News also reported that when you think about your celebrity lookalike, you hope that at least the person will be the same gender as you. A young woman recently discovered that her celeb lookalike is Cyril Ramaphosa and it was hilarious.
Taking to TikTok, the young lady with the user handle @wacalimasca used one of the app's features to show her who she looks like the most and funny enough, the best apparent match for her is none other than Ramaphosa - something she did not even really seem surprised by at all.
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Many South African TikTok users found the clip super hilarious and wasted no time taking to the comment section where they either agreed wholeheartedly or shared who they thought would be the perfect lookalike.
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