Simphiwe Dana’s Post Accusing President Cyril Ramaphosa Of Treating South Africans Like Children Backfires

Simphiwe Dana's Post Accusing President Cyril Ramaphosa Of Treating South Africans Like Children Backfires

Simphiwe Dana’s Post Accusing President Cyril Ramaphosa Of Treating South Africans Like Children Backfires

Following the latest developments on Covid 19 and the lockdown, Simphiwe Dana has taken to social media to claim that President Cyril Ramaphosa is treating South Africans like children.

President Cyril Ramaphosa introduced new lockdown regulations with immediate effect on Monday night.

According to Briefly  Simphiwe Dana has shared that Ramaphosa should have given Mzansi at least a week to prepare to go back to the stricter Level 3 Covid-19 lockdown.

Simphiwe Dana  took to Twitter on Tuesday, 29 December and wrote:

“Xa sitheth’ inyani our president is treating us like children. He could have given us a week to prepare ourselves for Level 3.”

A tweep @Shoes0613 took to the star’s comment section to disagree with her. @Shoes0613 asked Simphiwe:

“If I may ask,what do we need to be ready for Level 3?”

The artist shared that she wanted to do grocery shopping first before she could be ready for Level 3 lockdown. She replied to the tweep:

“Mainly grocery shopping. Also to travel to our homes were we visiting others, especially in different provinces.”

Another tweep @buchule04 also disagreed with Simphiwe’s views on Ramaphosa’s decision. @buchule04 said:

“That’s wasn’t gonna work. To prepare for what? To buy alcohol?”

The Ndiredi hitmaker took to Twitter to support her statement. She replied to @buchule04:

“To prepare to stay indoors. This fixation with alcohol really clouds judgment. And you should know that people can still get alcohol from the black market. Personally, if my president says things are dire, I wanna be indoors as much as possible.”

The rise in the number of Covid-19 infections due to some people not adhering to the lockdown regulations has forced President Cyril Ramaphosa and his Cabinet to impose stricter rules.

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