Last week, the current president of South Africa, Mr Cyril Ramaphosa for the first time paid a visit to president William Samoe Ruto of Kenya. This was his first meeting with Ruto after being sworn-in as the president. During his visit, Ramaphosa signed some bilateral agreements with Dr William Ruto.
Now, today, hon Ramaphosa has announced that he was ready to step aside as the president of South Africa over one thing. As reported by the star news, Ramaphosa through his spokesperson mr Vincent Magwenya announced that if he will be charged by the court over the famous dubbed farmgate robbery on his farm. According to Ramaphosa's spokesperson, the head of state will gladly step aside if he will be charged guilty over this crime which involved Malawian national on his farm.
"Should the president be charged he would gladly step aside - should it be the case.But as things stand there are no criminal charges against the president. What you have is a series of investigations that he's fully co-operating with and he will continue to do so." Said the presidential spokesperson.
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