Calling for the President to step down is premature

I believe calling for the president to step down is not appropriate at this point because the sins were committed before he took office, why is it only now that the story is brought to the public’s attention is an issue I wouldn’t like to go into.

All I can say is we voted him into power fully aware of his weaknesses and so far he has not sleeped-up (whilst in power). Therefore I do not think it is fair to call for his head for acts he committed whilst he was an ordinary citizen.

So far all the story around his 4 months old baby with Khoza’s daughter had various comments and quotations from his speeches which were all made after he got into Power (way after the act was committed). I believe when he made those speeches he was turning a new page and so far he has not failed any of them.

All the statements be it on HIV/AIDS or other events he might have delivered speeches at symbolize his new ways, which so far he has not back tracked on (and in this case has taken full responsibility for an act committed prior to making) these statements. It upon this realisation that I believe calling for his head as the President of the country is not appropriate at this stage.

NB: I do not condone his behaviour and do not think what he did was fair to his wives, his children, Irvin Khoza (his friend finish and klaar) and those that look up to him both as father and or as a role model. But highlighting that calling for the president to step down is premature.

Having said that if you’ve got a daughter don’t tempt him by being his friend or inviting him over to your house whilst you daughter is around, after all “the country is pregnant with possibilities”.

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