- A famous South African frequent social media user has dropped a hilarious snap and asked his followers whom they belong to, they say to President Ramaphosa
- Kulani has shared a funny image and many local peeps say it's President Cyril Ramaphosa’s legs
- Scores of networkers are finding the image so funny and they have shared their comments on the viral photograph
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Kulani has dropped another controversial snap on social media as he posed a question to his followers. The famed Twitter account holder shared a picture of president Cyril Ramaphosa standing on the podium.
The image is going viral and locals are so smart to identify the statesman just by looking at the image. Some people are so ruthless and even asked how did Mzansi end up having the African National Congress leader as president.
Taking a look at the reactions, some say the Twitter account holder must guard against going too far with his posts. He wrote:
“You know him.”
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The post reads:
“He actually does this when he is about to make empty promises.”
“How did we end having this guy as a president Mara.”
“If you don’t get it forget about.”
“Fix them against what and for what? The man is able to walk from point A to B, what's wrong with his legs?”
“The legs belong to Ramabillion. The shoes are definitely for ubaba we garlic & pilchards.”
“What happened to him vele? Watshayiswa imoto esemncinci?”
“If don't follow my footsteps was a person.”
“Only one person has that set in Mzansi.”
“Engathi ungaboshwa, iskhiye basilahle olwandle.”
Elderly woman defends Cyril Ramaphosa in Mini rant clip: “Can someone steal her ID”
In a related piece on the president, Briefly News published that an elderly lady has come to the defence of President Cyril Ramaphosa. In a 30-second clip shared online, the woman can be heard speaking about corrupt ANC members taking the blame for their own doings.
The unnamed lady went on to say that even if Ramaphosa was the one to hire them, they were the ones taking the money.
She added that government should not be blamed but the members who are in the wrong should.
The woman concluded by stating that President Ramaphosa is her leader. The post has gained over 48 000 views on Twitter.