Mzwanele Manyi Said President Ramphosa Must Be On Sick Leave – Check Out Why

Mzwanele Manyi Said President Ramphosa Must Be On Sick Leave - Check Out Why

Mzwanele Manyi Said President Ramphosa Must Be On Sick Leave – Check Out Why

Manyi, the spokesperson of former president Jacob Zuma had hit out at president Cyril Ramaphosa arguing that Ramaphosa must be put on sick leave after he constantly coughed while giving his closing remarks of the ANC NEC meeting.

Cyril Ramaphosa could be seen taking sips of water after coughing on a number of times while delivering his remarks. This triggered a lot reactions from those who observed that the president is not well.

Mzwanele Manyi said Cyril Ramaphosa must be on sick leave as it is showing that the ANC leader is not perfectly fit. Cyril Ramaphosa’s cough some suspect that it might be long COVID-19 since the president was said to have tested positive for the virus weeks ago.

The current state of health for the president worries some concerned citizens as it also comes at a time health minister Joe Phaahla said South Africa is likely to enter the fifth wave of Covid-19 infections in May or sooner.

Health minister Joe Phaahla, warned that a new variant could see the country entering a fifth wave sooner than expected. Phaahla said the fifth wave could be worsened by cold weather and the flu season.

If there is no variant of serious concern very soon, we definitely would expect a wave somewhere around May, when winter starts. That’s when people start to congregate indoors because of the cold . That’s also when flu season starts,” he said.

Mzwanele Manyi however argues that this warning of a coming fifth wave is just an unnecessary ploy to extend the Disaster Management Act. He claims the statistics are no longer relevant.

“I am exhausted. This is just to prolong the Disaster Management Act which gives Ramaphosa carte blanche to do as he pleases. These stats have long lost credibility,” he said.

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