The Reasons Cyril BuffaNkole Ramaphosa Is A Fear Fokol

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And then off he went to rub shoulders with some birds of the same feather at something named G7 Summit. 

Well, nothing to get excited about another yada-yada. Esspecialy where African interests are concerned. Besides, the summit is a forum of leaders from Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States. So the BuffaNkole, Cyril Ramaphosa, goes there to smile, beg and borrow for his interests.

As waar, the president went to Germany with his fawn face beam. Cap in hand and begging bowl mentality in tow…, He shakes hands with outgoing British prime minister Boris Johnson. A look at the picture used above instantly triggers an image of a scene as follows…,

So, Boris Johnson asks Ramaphosa a question in isiZulu. He quiz…,

“Rami mate, I got a call from some South Africans. Uhm, they say to ask…, Kanti wena uhamba nini?” Ramaphosa, with a mocking smirk, answers in a mix of seSothos.  “Che! Boris ntante, nna ke phodile hamonate! I am going nowhere, and hake tshabe letho. Never mind my people, just toothless howlers. I fear fokol. Relax, because in these hands, British interests are safe.”

Back in the country enveloped by twenty-four-hour social-economic darkness…, Ramaphosa, at a charade funeral, wakes from a snooze only to utter the most useless thing. He says…, Well, something regarding a national debate about increasing the age limit for people allowed to consume alcohol. Now, please, where is Kelly Khumalo when she is needed to moan, for the nation, thus…,

“Really, like Really, Really…,”

The age limit for alcohol consumption can move to 50 years. Still, such would not solve the problem of underage alcohol drinking and binging. For crying out loud, we are talking about a problem caused by a few in the estimated thirty-one per cent of regular drinkers within the South African population.

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Like Johnson, Ramaphosa Has His Lies And Gates

Anyhow, following several big boo-boos, lies and pressure Johnson resigns as British Prime minister. Johnson, among others, has Partygate. Yes, something about breaking covid rules his government imposed on the British people during lockdowns. So, to push him to resign, several of his aides and British members of parliament quit. Sam Knight of The New Yorker writes…,

“By the time Johnson stood up to face Prime Minister’s Questions, in the House of Commons, at noon, it was becoming hard to keep count of the resignations or to know on which social-media platform to find them.” Presently, Ramaphosa has his hot potato in PhalaphalaFarmGate. It has, among others, brought out older skeletons such as the Marikana massacre. Since he recently shook hands with Johnson, there must be the anticipation from his nemesis the step-down act rubbed off on him. But he would not do it unless he gets a hard push. Hence the campaigns, such as  #RamaphosaMustGo and #Ramaphosamustfall.

Now, According to a News24.com story of August 2018, new procedures adopted by the National Assembly Rules Committee provide for any member of the National Assembly to initiate a process to remove a president. So, then, such may be through a substantive motion. That is in terms of Section 89 of the constitution.

But, The End of The BuNkole corporation is not in sight.

 Presently, South African government ministers and their deputies would not do to Ramaphosa what some British members of parliament did to Johnson. That is because there is absence of purpose for being in government, which is to serve, not just some but all interests.

ATM president Vuyo Zungula, from the opposite benches, has met all sorts of roadblocks. To this day, he is attempting to get a motion of confidence vote conducted on Ramaphosa. To borrow from Virginia Wolf, like gulls with their beaks out for possible crumbs, the ANC majority members would conveniently not remember the call to vote with their conscious…, 

Of course, not until big money stops seeing Ramaphosa as some flashlight in a candle factory. You know, the only one shining the brightest on their wealth accumulation trajectory.

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