Ramaphosa Assures South Africa Citizens Of Good Rulership
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Just as the former president of South Africa, Jacob Zuma, bows out of office, the country’s recently elected, Cyril Ramaphosa has promised the citizens of South Africa true allegiance.
This promise was made by and the newest president in the world during a short speech he made immediately after he was sworn in as the leader of South Africans.
The president was quoted to have said, “I will not disappoint the people of South Africa”.
Speaking further, the president told the citizens that he is ready to work assiduously in order to ensure that the country is corruption free and would not also jeopardize the growth and development of the country for anything.
In his words, “The issues that you have raised, issues that have to do with corruption, issues of how we can straighten out our state-owned enterprises and how we deal with state capture are issues that are on our radar screen.”
The President whose tenure would lapse next year when another presidential election would be conducted in the country is perceived to be facing duel of getting the support of investors and stakeholders in the country’s political ambiance.
Ramaphosa was sworn in as the president just about 24hours after the former president of South Africa, Jacob Zuma resigned from office.
Jacob Zuma was confronted with so many allegations in the past which led to the passage of votes of no confidence against him on several occasions. He was always lucky to have won on such ocasions.
However, the recent allegation of corruption which was laid against him by his political party took another dimension as he was pressurized to resign from office or be forcefully removed.
The president who was adamant from leaving office at the initial stage finally took a bow by willingly resigning from his seat before he was disgraced out.
Although he claimed that the allegations against him were not true as he also blamed his political party for treating him unjustly.