Andile Mngxitama fires shots at Ramaphosa: The cruel McDonald's man is anti black

Andile Mngxitama fires shots at Ramaphosa: The cruel McDonald's man is anti black

Black First Land First leader Andile Mngxitama never ceased to amaze people with the things he says.

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The controversial politician took to Twitter on Friday to throw shade at the country's head of state, Cyril Ramaphosa.

Mngxitama lashed out at the South African president over the 30 000 jobs the ANC plans to terminate.

"Ramaphosa is anti black. He gives whites R1.4 trillion via IPPs; allows Markus Jooste to disappear R20 billion of state resources via corruption then the cruel McDonald man decides to chop 30 000 jobs in government to apparently save R20 billion. Defend RET #voteBLF," he wrote on Twitter.

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Needless to say, the post gathered a lot of attention from social media users, many of which agreed with him.

Sphamandla Næshik Ngubane (@Jedediya) wrote, "The biggest mistake was to trust a murderer that murdered the poor workers for seeking better salaries. Ramaphosa is a sellout a gatekeeper of white capitalists!!!! In fact the whole ANC."
Another tweep, @MyOwn81150251, added: "He's the pig the vetkoek head,, we won't vote for him, he's a sellout. He want to take away 20billion from the poor masses and hand to white bcoz he owes them. Never gonna let off the hook. Majority of public servants are black, poor masses."

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As Briefly.co.za reported earlier, the ANC plans to cut 30 000 servant jobs in order to save up to R20 billion in salaries in the next few years.

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