- The EFF's Mbuyiseni Ndlozi recently headed online and shared his beliefs about where the third Covid-19 wave will stem from
- According to Ndlozi, President Cyril Ramaphosa will be the one to cause the virus to super spread around the country
- Many South Africans seemingly did not have time for his pointing of fingers and were soon defending Ramaphosa in the comment section of the post
Many of the members of the South African political party, Economic Freedom Fighters are very vocal and Mbuyiseni Ndlozi is definitely one of those that always speak their minds. Heading online, the EFF leader shared where he thought the cause of the third Covid-19 wave will be.
According to a tweet made by Ndlozi recently, he firmly believes that the decisions made by President Cyril Ramaphosa as the country prepares to enter into Easter weekend will be the cause of the third wave.
"Ramaphosa will be directly responsible for Third Wave of Covid-19," his tweet read.
South Africans seemingly did not agree and were soon in the comment section sharing their thoughts. Read a few of them below:
"We also have our own mental health problems but sihlanya sodwa,nawe I urge you to do the same"
"Now I see the reason you take long when Julius sends you to buy ice, spending time on Twitter typing nonsense."
"This is a prime example that formal education does not equate to intelligence."
"He's definitely not, SIES! This boy never had anything positive to say - he's a damaged good."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that President Cyril Ramaphosa has addressed the nation in another family meeting. The nation was eagerly anticipating what Ramaphosa would have to say about the Easter period.
Ramaphosa announced a temporary ban on alcohol sales over the Easter weekend that is only a few days away. Ramaphosa said that the nation is not ready to relax its Covid-19 restrictions over the Easter period.
However, the president did have some good news, the country was winning the war against Covid-19 with new infections and deaths continuing to decline and recoveries increasing.
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