Ramaphosa, the absent president

Die Vryburger

Ramaphosa, the absent president. Photo: Die Vryburger
Ramaphosa, the absent president. Photo: Die Vryburger

It seems that Cyril Ramaphosa loves to make so called ‘state visits’.

This time he is going to Nigeria for two days to discuss bilateral relations. He is accompanied by the ministers of defense, energy, police and deputy minister of trade.

The cost of the “visit” will only be announced later.

The Nigerian delegation will apparently ask questions about the safety of Nigerian citizens in South Africa.

Bheki Cele has now received the title of “no nonsense” minister. However, it appears that the police are still unable to fight crime.

Meanwhile, Ramaphosa also went to Saudi Arabia as part of his triple tour.

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