Dear Mr President
Dear Mr President ..... You had a palatial home built with more annextures than the average Medical Terminology Book. You had every kind of unnecessary and lavish item there. Most South Africans objected. You chose to ignore them.
Dear Mr President .... The Guptas came along and seemed to become the day to day managers of our country and politics. They ruled like puppetmasters and did unusual little things .... like land a private plane at a military airport. Most South Africans objected. You chose to ignore them.
Dear Mr President .... The Sudanese President, a war criminal, was allowed to leave SA despite a High Court order ...... You allowed it. Most South Africans objected. You chose to ignore them.
Dear Mr President ..... Universities and Education Institutions across the country took to the streets in protest under the banner of #feesmustfall. Did you go out into the community and address the situation? No. You were hardly ever seen
Dear Mr President ..... At your Inauguration you said "I will devote myself to the well-being of the Republic and all its people" .... please remind me again how you have unfailingly attempted to live up to this statement
Dear Mr President .... On the same day you said "There should be no excuses for failure" but then spent a great deal of time making excuses for such - or blaming Apartheid
Dear Mr President .... you allowed many people in high places call the shots to you over the years - you defended them and allowed them to run many important institutions into the ground. Most South Africans objected. You ignored them.
Dear Mr President - I excitedly voted for change and the end to the horrible Apartheid years that I had grown up in. I saw great hope. Why did you let me down?
Dear Mr President - on several occasions now I have watched on television how you conduct yourself during sessions of Parliament .... shrugging off questions, laughing at inappropriate moments and seemingly finding the promises you made at your inauguration to be completely inconsequential. Why did you let us down?
Dear Mr President - when Tshwane was going wild and our National Broadcaster was hiding it behind reports of missing dogs and other such dribble, where were you?
Dear Mr President - over the past years many many times on Twitter there were the comments - Your country is burning Mr President - do something. Why did you ignore us?
Dear Mr President - The horror of Marikana etched itself in the memories of South Africans and the world. Did the Marikana Report find its way into the hands of the families affected? Why did you let them down?
Dear Mr President - a country got tired - of the promises - the lack of delivery on them - the spiralling of unemployment and service, the corruption, the excuses.
Dear Mr President - a country went to the polls last week
Dear Mr President - a country spoke up. And it said "no more".