ATM Leader Calls For Ramaphosa’s Ousting: “Remove This Impostor”

Mapisa-Nqakula asked Zungula to clarify the grounds for his motion. Vuyo Zungula told EFF supporters that removing President Cyril Ramaphosa was a top priority and that they needed to work together to achieve it.

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ATM Leader Calls For Ramaphosa’s Ousting: “Remove This Impostor”

Vuyo Zungula, the leader of the African Transformation Movement (ATM), has renewed his call for President Cyril Ramaphosa to be removed from office.

Zungula recently attended an Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) rally in Mangaung, Free State. His party has been at the forefront of anti-Ramaphosa sentiments and attempts to impeach him. ATM recently resubmitted its bid to Parliamentary Speaker Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula to have Ramaphosa removed.

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Mapisa-Nqakula asked Zungula to clarify the grounds for his motion. Vuyo Zungula told EFF supporters that removing President Cyril Ramaphosa was a top priority and that they needed to work together to achieve it.

Zungula also mentioned the robbery on Ramaphosa’s Phala Phala farm, which opposition parties are still seeking clarification on. “South Africa does not have a President; it has an impostor so that is why we need to develop a programme of action to remove this impostor from the Union Buildings.

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“South Africa deserves a President that will lead, not an impostor, a servant of the CIA. We know that this person was caught having tons of US dollars under his mattress and the FBI did not investigate that,” Zungula said.

Former spy boss Arthur Fraser filed criminal charges against Ramaphosa in June, alleging that he concealed the theft of R62 million from his farm in Phala Phala, Limpopo. He also claims that the suspects were kidnapped and questioned before being offered money in exchange for their silence. Ramaphosa has admitted there was a robbery on his property, but he denies criminal responsibility and claims the funds stolen were from the sale of cattle on his farm.

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Thembile
Thembile
12 days ago

At least the President has not stolen money from South African tax payers, infact he did not steal instead someone stole from him. If he has has stolen is there anyone who claims he has lost his dollers or suspects that those dollers from the President belong to him. What is the case here? Is it about him not divulging the information only. If so there are many politicians out there who have their smalanyana skeletons ” as one polititian once said”. SOUTH AFRICA !!!!!!! DO WE WANT TO REINSTATE THE THIEVES WHO HAVE STOLEN BILLIONS OF RANDS FROM GOVERMENT… Read more »