Black Twitter Hilariously Explains Why Cyril Ramaphosa Allegedly Didn’t Adhere To ‘Thuma Mina’ #WeSentCyrilBut

Black Twitter Hilariously Explains Why Cyril Ramaphosa Allegedly Didn’t Adhere To ‘Thuma Mina’ #WeSentCyrilBut. There have been many speculations going around about the South African President Cyril Ramaphosa.

There have been many speculations going around about the South African President Cyril Ramaphosa. The president has been accused of taking funds from well-known business people. However, the president has denied directly speaking to the donors about campaign funding. People have also been losing jobs due to some companies closing. This has made people think that the president has failed to adhere to his ‘Thuma Mina’ promises of a new dawn.

Tweeps went on to say how the president hasn’t gone through to do what they’ve ‘sent’ him to do. The tweeps used the hashtag #WeSentCyrilBut. Some of the tweeps hilariously said why the president hasn’t allegedly adhered to ‘Thuma Mina’. One tweep says, “the guy is sitting there refusing to go to where we have asked him to go.” One tweep says, “I think he forgot he was sent!” One tweep says, “we didn’t contribute enough money in his #CR17 campaign.” One tweep says that he didn’t help in making people properly pronounce certify. The tweep says, “we still have people saying [escort me to the] police station [to go] “satisfy” instead of “certify”.”

One tweep says, “he’s not sure what he was sent to do.” One tweep says the MTN free Twitter still isn’t back for MTN customers. The tweep says, “MTN hasn’t brought back free Twitter.” One tweep says the president still hasn’t made one of the most controversial and loved songs a national anthem. The tweep says, “Sister Bettina is still not our national anthem.” One tweep says, “he forgot what to buy when he got to the shop.”

The tweets:

by Alexandra Ramaite

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