Tweeps Say What they Want Since Cyril Ramaphosa’s The President #NowThatCyrilKePresident

Tweeps Say What they Want Since Cyril Ramaphosa’s The President #NowThatCyrilKePresident. President Cyril Ramaphosa came into office this weekend.

President Cyril Ramaphosa came into office this weekend. He was inaugurated this past Saturday on the 25th of May. He became the 6th president of South Africa in the 6th democratic elections. South Africans now said what they want since the president came into office. Tweeps said what they want with the hashtag #NowThatCyrilKePresident.

One tweep says he wants graduation events to be broadcasted live on SABC channels. The tweep says, “SABC to broadcast all graduation ceremonies live. Just to motivate others.” One tweep says that can people stop harassing albino people. The tweep says, “Can communities stop abusing people with albinism. And show the rest of Africa how we can all live together regardless of skin tones.”

One tweep says he wants drug dealers to be sentenced for 10 years or above. The tweep says, “may people selling Nyaope get sentences from 10+ years. These guys are killing our brothers and sisters.” One tweep says that black people need to get jobs. The tweep says, “get black people real paying jobs not trainees and unpaid internships…” One tweep says, “allow people with criminal records to work for the government the same way you allow them to vote.”

Other tweeps put a funny twist to the hashtag. One tweep says can the bribery prices of the traffic officers decrease. The tweep says, “will the cold drink prices at the traffic department go down.” One tweep says, “we want RDP cars.” One tweep says people that have been in a relationship for 3 years need to get married. The tweep says, “all who have been in a relationship for more than 3 years must just Get married…What do u (you) still want to know about your partner that u (you) already dont already.” One tweep says, “can we start paying taxis ka card…some of us cant budget.”

The tweets:

by Alexandra Ramaite

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