#DearMrPresident: South Africans call on Cyril Ramaphosa in week two of lockdown
South Africans are now in week two of the nationwide lockdown and are craving input from President Cyril Ramaphosa, taking to social media with a hashtag to evoke a response from the country's leader.
On Sunday and on Monday morning social media users shared their comments and questions for Ramaphosa under the hashtag #DearMrPresident.
Here is what some tweeps had to say:
Ministers keep on relaxing the lockdown rules while numbers of infected go up. What is the end goal here, making people comfortable or saving lives? Is this about being a likable government or effective government? #COVID2019 #DearMrPresident #CoronavirusInSA #LockdownSA— Dzivhani Mvula (@dzivhanip) April 4, 2020
#DearMrPresident,— Pan Africano🇿🇦 (@PanAfricology) April 5, 2020
So it has come to this where even essential service workers i.e. nurses whom you dont even pay danger allowances are shot at by your brutal #SANDF & #SAPS ???@PresidencyZA @CyrilRamaphosa @HealthZA @DrZweliMkhize @JacksonMthembu_ @MYANC #Covid19SA #Ramaphosa pic.twitter.com/oUoCZVdFO0
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