President Cyril Ramaphosa stopped over in Limpopo yesterday where he attempted to garner votes for the ANC in Julius Malema's stronghold. Ramaphosa told Seshego residents that he is on the hunt for corrupt officials.
Seshego is one of the Economic Freedom Fighters strongholds but that did little to deter President Cyril Ramaphosa from visiting.
The president, while campaigning for the ANC, promised hundreds donning green and gold that the party will 'fix' the country at national, provincial and local levels:
"Our people are very hopeful, they are looking forward to a brighter people, and that brighter future is a future where we are going to create more jobs, it's a brighter future where we are going to ensure that our children are well-educated. We are going to improve the education of our children, we are going to improve the economy."
According to Eyewitness News, there had been resounding applause when the president had said that the corrupt would soon be donning prison uniforms.
Ramaphosa had received an exceptional endorsement from the traditional leaders in the region earlier in the day and appeared energised from their well wishes.
Luckily, the Democratic Alliance has been kind enough to sponsor a few prison uniforms to the ANC. Briefly.co.za reported that Solly Msimanga had led a march to Luthuli House, where the opposition party had donated a huge pile of prison uniforms.
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