What would you do if you opened your door to see whose knocking and behold- it's President Cyril Ramaphosa? Briefly.co.za asked readers what their reactions would be and their response may well surprise you.
Most of us have witnessed how people flock around celebrities in public spaces - crowds gather, selfies get taken and for the most part it's smiles and excitement.
A person can argue that President Cyril Ramaphosa is currently one of the most recognized faces in South Africa, second perhaps to former president Jacob Zuma.
Briefly.co.za reported yesterday that the African National Congress head is hot on the campaign trail ahead of the upcoming general elections, dropping in on unsuspecting South Africans while doing door to door campaigning.
So we asked our readers what they would do, should the President himself come calling, and let's just say that Cyril should probably avoid their hood if he is hoping for a flattering public relations stunt.
Heritier Bawu said that he would go straight to the hard topics and confront the president about the Marikana tragedy, about being a sell-out during apartheid, why he tried to sell-out Zuma when he was his right-hand man and if he was afraid of EFF leader Julius Malema.
Makgatho Faith Monica wanted to know why Ramaphosa was allowing false prophets to come and take advantage of their followings. Two famous pastors have been in the spotlight lately for all the wrong reasons, one for 'miraculously' bringing a man back from the dead, and another for his arrest in connection with money laundering.
Noxolo Nakani says she would have been suspicious, considering he only came around when there was votes to be garnered. Ramaphosa would have to grease the wheel and fill her cupboards up before she would be keen on listening to his sales pitch.
Patcash Modise says the president can totally drop by, but he better be laden with gifts, should he wish to have a moment to chat.
Collen Zono says Ramaphosa can just pass on by her house- the president's
So what would you do? Would you pose for photo's and enjoy the moment? Or would you give Ramaphosa a piece of your mind? Join the conversation on Facebook.
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