South African pens letter to "poor young impressionable Daisy"

South African pens letter to "poor young impressionable Daisy"

A South African man, who signed off his letter as the "Black Ghost from Soweto", responded to the letter 8-year-old Daisy wrote to Ramaphosa.

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A little girl, Daisy, gave South Africans the feels after her adorable letter to the president went viral. In the letter she spoke about the great job Ramaphosa was doing as the head of state.

Briefly.co.za earlier reported that Ramaphosa even responded to her, asking to meet up. However, not everyone found the letter exchange between the president and Daisy cute.

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Taking to Facebook, social media user Huey P Orleyn, aka the 'Black Ghost from Soweto', wrote a letter dated to a future 18-year-old Daisy (10 years from now).

In the post, Orleyn explains how her adorable letter became a full-blown PR campaign "with a life of its own".

He added she would probably see that her type of "Ramaphosas" are afraid of white people.

"They're hired hands to thwart any imagination of ordinary people to balance the skewed economy," he added.

He ended off the letter by saying she probably now knows what the word 'murder' means, adding Ramaphosa has the Marikana miners' blood on his hands.

Read his full letter below:

South African pens letter to "poor young impressionable Daisy"

Photo credit: @UnmovedLee/Twitter
Source: Twitter

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South African pens letter to "poor young impressionable Daisy"

Photo credit: @UnmovedLee/Twitter
Source: Twitter

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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