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Former Prasa CEO Lucky Montana has dropped a list of names of people who allegedly collapsed Prasa

Former Prasa CEO Lucky Montana has taken to Twitter to drop a list of names of people, who, according to the former CEO of prasa have allegedly collapsed the entity. The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) is a state-owned enterprise responsible for most passenger rail services in the country.

It consists of four branches: Metrorail, which operates commuter rail services in urban areas; Shosholoza Meyl, which operates regional and intercity rail services; Autopax, which operates regional and intercity coach services; and Intersite, which manages the property owned by PRASA.

In recent years, there has been a great deal of about how South African state owned entities are not performing the way many South African people would have loved them to. To date, there are some stated own entities which have been on the news about their performance.

In the meanwhile, former Prasa CEO Lucky Montana shared a list of names of people are said to have collapsed Prasa.

Without mincing any words, Lucky Montana on his official Twitter account profoundly stated the following:

"Today, tomorrow, Monday, it’s about Oscar Mabuyane. After Monday, I’m available to debate, for the umpteenth time, the issue of who collapsed or looted PRASA. The evidence is clear, it was Pravin, Popo, Werksmans, Howarth, Ukozi, Ivan Pillay, etc. The focus now is Oscar Mabuyane"

Here is the screenshot of Lucky Montana's tweet:

https://mobile.twitter.com/LuckyMontana19/status/1446499388277334030

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