SA Constitution Need Intervention, It Excluded God – Herman Mashaba

The Action SA President Herman Mashaba believes South Africa is a cursed country. This comes after a patient who was raped in hospital, and he views the conduct to happen in a cursed country.

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Action SA President Herman Mashaba/ Photo File: Twitter

The Action SA President Herman Mashaba believes South Africa is a cursed country. This comes after a patient who was raped in hospital, and he views the conduct to happen in a cursed country.

According to Mashaba SA need urgent intervention before it’s too late to control the circumstance and chaos of rapes in this country.

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The devil has certainly invaded our beloved country. A patient raped in hospital. This evil can only happen in a country that is cursed. We need urgent intervention before it is too late,” said Action SA President.

In respond to Mashaba, tweep said this SA is not cursed, but the blander they did was to exclude God from the constitution of the country.

“We are not cursed, we excluded God from the constitution. We embraced secularism and therefore we have no moral code.”

However, Action SA leader said the constitution need to be urgently revisited to fix some things. He claims that it is the reason this country face one evil case after another.

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South Africa is recording death and rape cases resulted from Gender Based Violence, which is caused by lack of morals. Mashaba believes that inclusion of God in the constitution can limit the evil and brutality cases the country is facing every day.

“I cannot agree with you more. Excluding God from our Constitution is something that needs to be revisited, hence our country is facing one evil case after another,” he said.

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