The premier of Eastern Cape Oscar Mabuyane is being indicted of sacking about half a million from funds meant for Winnie Mandela's keepsake. It was said that he took the money or funds to patch or renovate his home and now he's under inspection and questioning by the Hawks.
Although, at first he denied ever using the funds and latterly said that it was an agreement that he'd with the person who gave him the finances. As time goes more secrets are being revealed and now the premier pulled a move that has South Africans wondering what's he really hiding.
According to verified news sources, reports have said that Oscar Mabuyane has taken effects to court to try and stop the hawks from probing him.
This is exactly something that was completely unanticipated from a person who claims that he did nothing wrong. Now he says that this disquisition by the hawks is an attempt to get him to strongly step away and he will not let it succeed.
Now South Africans are wondering if the premier of Eastern Cape is actually hiding huge secrets than the one of sacking the R500,000
With the way it is, I believe he has more secrets behind his closet which he doesn’t want’s anyone to know about. But then everyone have secrets so it is no new thing.
It's only after at the court that South Africans will know if this disquisition is going to go forward or not but we've no reason to believe that he could be hiding more secrets behind them.
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