Cyril Ramaphosa, the president of South Africa, is in the spotlight after a photo of him utilizing public transportation went viral online. After the head of state was spotted using multiple seat belts, internet users began to question the nation's transportation infrastructure. The president, who is wearing a black suit, is shown seated in the vehicle with numerous seat belt straps around his body that are virtually suffocating him.
The image is captioned, "Every country has its challenges, here is South Africa's president taking public transportation (with a laughing emoji)," in a tweet by @BradleyCarl256 on Twitter. As a result, the image has garnered a lot of attention from the media and Twitter users. Most people took advantage of the chance to ask questions on the governing systems.in African countries, who claimed that reforms were necessary.
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