South African President Cyril Ramaphosa is in the news after an image of him using public transportation went viral online. Internet users started to question the country's transportation system after it was observed that the head of state was wearing numerous seat belts.
The president is pictured sitting in the car with numerous seat belt straps around his body, almost suffocating him. He is dressed in a black suit.In a message sent by @BradleyCarl256 on Twitter, the image is captioned, "Every country has its issues, here is South Africa's president taking public transportation (with a laughing emoji)." As a result, both Twitter users and the media have given the picture a lot of attention.The majority of people seized the opportunity to inquire about the governing structures. who argued that reforms were necessary in African nations. Below are some of the reactions from Twitter;
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