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"It’s dangerous to keep a Deputy Minister who is broke", Ramaphosa gets warned

Retired SANDF General Motau, who served as Chief of Intelligence, warns the President that it's dangerous to keep a deputy Minister of Intelligence (Zizi Kodwa) who is broke.

Zizi Kodwa:

Zizi Kodwa is the Deputy Minister of State Security of the Republic of South Africa from 30 May 2019. He is a member of the National Executive Committee of the African National Congress, and served as the spokesperson of the African National Congress from 2014 to 2017.

People's comments:

"Some people must learn to retire in peace. He was chief if intelligence but he was unable to offer his skill and detect this distraction. He must learn to keep his opinion for himself."

I fully agree with him, Zizi goes around borrowing money without plan to payback, if he can't payback obviously he will do favours with state resources. He goes around naming people before proper investigation, he is danger to himself and others.

"They both are liability. If you are financial compromised. Then you can't hold certain positions. Look how Zizi was getting loans from EOH who was chowing home affairs and government departments properly."

He is saying the President is being targeted for fighting corruption. After he appeared in a state commission the President should have fired him. The president is not fighting corruption but fighting for his position in the ANC next year.

Former SANDF General Motau:

Lieutenant General Mojo Motau is a retired South African Army general who served as Chief of Defence Intelligence from 1998 - 2009.

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Wikipedia

https://www.gov.za/about-government/contact-directory/state-security-deputy-ministry/zizi-kodwa-mr

https://twitter.com/AldrinSampear/status/1415674850278985738?s=19

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