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Sad News For Mzansi As Another Top ANC Leader Is Reported Dead

Opera News South Africa and it's content creators has extensively reported the deaths of many ANC members who have died under various circumstances over the last few months and it is always difficult to report mysterious deaths, especially of young people whose futures are bright and promising.

The Eastern Cape party confirmed this afternoon that elected mayor Sarah Baartman has sadly passed away. Mzimkhulu Njadayi died after collapsing during a board meeting today. His death was confirmed by Lulama Ngkukaitobi, Provincial Secretary of the Eastern Cape Province, who expressed great shock and astonishment that Njadayi, who had just been elected mayor of Sarah Baartman, had fallen and collapsed from shock to the point where he could not be brought back to life.


We can confirm that [ANC] Njadayi's adviser is no longer around. We are still very shocked that his departure was so sudden. He was recently elected district mayor by Sarah Baartman,” Ngkukaitobi was quoted as saying by News24. The public also confirmed the news in a brief statement, without giving many details about the main reason for his collapse, expressing condolences to his family, and saying that details of his funeral would be announced at an appropriate time.

At this point, everyone is waiting for the pathology results to determine what could have caused their death. But as a South African accustomed to fights between ANC factions, poisoning cannot be ruled out.


Not that this is the case, but Njadayi certainly has political enemies and political opponents to his leadership, and so we know that the ANC leaders prefer to stop committing rather than eliminate each other at every opportunity. Vice President David Mabuza, who was poisoned and still suffering, can testify to this. Njadayi is the Sarah Baartman Stakeholder.

Source: News24

He studied local government at the University of Rhodes and worked, among other things, as a cultural advisor in the Department of Arts and Culture of the South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry Youth.

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ANC Eastern Cape Province Lulama Ngkukaitobi Mzimkhulu Njadayi Njadayi


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