Twitter reacts to Ramaphosa's first speech as SA President
After hearing each political party's reation in Parliament on his election as President of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa took to the stage to have his say.
He promised to come to Parliament often to be held accountable and promised to work toward improving the lives of the people. He also addressed thoughtfully addressed each party, responding to comments they had made.
Twitter, as always, had a lot to say about his speech. Here are some thoughts Twitter had:
CR was cordial with all opposition leaders, did not laugh at anyone or cause division. But there is no doubt of who is in charge #presidentelection— Maria Hansford (@MariaHanz2774) February 15, 2018
Dear Mr President.— Tebogo ZAR 🇿🇦 (@Mystraw) February 15, 2018
We welcome you into your new era and wish you all the best in taking ths country into prosperity.
Just a side note: JZ provided us with some really catchy phrases, witty sayings and really funny memes so please dont dissapoint
The Shade from Ramaphosa 👀— Phumzile Van Damme (@zilevandamme) February 15, 2018
“Some of us have been threatened”
“uBab’Buthelezi’s place was *recalled*” pic.twitter.com/z3p3uXneYJ
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