Dr Motsoaledi Wants To Give Ramaphosa A Heart Attack

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Indeed, Dr Aaron Motsoaledi wants to see president Cyril Ramaphosa suffer an abrupt loss of heart function, breathing and consciousness.

You see, Dr AM kissed Pravin Gordhan. Of course he smooched PG, Lindiwe Zulu was there holding the candle. Wishing it was her getting romanced. Shem…, O-No! it is not because of jealous that Dr Motsoaledi would administer a cardiac arrest on saint Rama.

Get the bigger picture. Here…, Er! not of the make out incident. So, you see, there is this little test. A daring game if you like. Therefore, like this, they play um…, ‘Say Peh! I dare you to do it, and uzobona. Yes, mncwi! Strue, endeh! You will regret.’ 

And as waar. This time the Home Affairs minister Aaron Motsoaledi goes on to…, Hey, he utters a mouthful of Peh!Peh!Pehs!

Oooh! So peri-peri hot is his pes, friends of the Helen Suzman Foundation (HSF) got hot under the collar. Six Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) feel the blazing heat. So, there is ganging up on Motsoaledi. The NGOs’ fight against the minister emanates from his not extending the Zimbabwean Exemption Permit (ZEP). Now, that got the HSF filing a court case challenging the decision.  In retaliation to the court case, swiftly, Motsoaledi vents as follows…,

‘South Africa is now under the dictatorship of certain NGOs with faceless and dubious funders. Their mission is to assist in the dislodgement, from power, of the government of the day.’ Despite explicitly saying some NGOs, the Council for the Advancement of the South African Constitution (CASAC) says Motsoaledi seeks to brand the civil society, at large, with one ‘tainted’ brush.

Motsoaledi Touched A Raw Nerve.  

Interestingly, in 2015 and 2018, New African magazine ran a cover story titled NGO – A Tainted History, What Are NGOs Really Doing in Africa?

‘The evolution of the role of NGOs in Africa means that their role in ‘development’ represents a continuity of the work of their precursors, the missionaries and voluntary organisations that cooperated in European colonization and control of Africa.’  The story reads in part and in addition…,  ‘Today, their work contributes marginally to the relief of poverty. But undermines the struggle of the African people to emancipate themselves from economic, social and political oppression. Charitable organizations actively helped to suppress anti-colonial struggles.’  

The article goes on…, ‘In Kenya, Maendeleo Ya Wanawake (MYWO) and the Christian Council of Kenya (CCK) were both involved in government-funded schemes designed to subvert African resistance ing the Mau Mau uprising.’

Cyril! Must Do Something

Indeed, right or wrong. Therefore the  principal of Motsoaledi, Cyril Ramaphosa, is called on to…,

Oh! Yes, this is an emergency. Ramaphosa must deal decisively with Motsoaledi. So goes the demand from the NGOs. For not being homely, the minister must be rebuked. Yes, he must be made to withdraw his statements. Additionally, he ought to apologize to the offended NGOs. Funny, is it not. Now, if president Cyril Ramaphosa knows what is good for him, which he does…, He shall call Motsoaleni on the side. Plea he shall and say…,

“Look, Aaron. Please do this one, for me, mpitshi yam.’ Right now, kurough, my comrade. Indeed, you must have noticed these NGOs have hardly said a word. You know, call for my head to roll over that little sticky PhalaPhala Farm Gate thing. So, please, man. I need all the silence and blind support right now. Withdraw and sommer apologise my disciplined cadre in good standing. Let my good times roll”

Because, still fresh in the mind of Ramaphosa must be the good job NGOs did. Yes, of paving the way for him to become president. Events of 2017, show NGOs  put pressure on the then president Jacob Zuma to resign.

As a result, with stubbornly trending social media campaigns such as #CyrilRamaphosamustgo, Ramaphosa is not in a position to play any daring Peh! Games with anyone.

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