The member of the Parliament Mervyn Dirks has approached Scopa regarding the audio recording where President Cyril Ramaphosa is heard dropping a hint to how State funds are used for party campaigns and therefore violating the PRECCA Act. There was a lot of money that is used there for their party.
Since it has been discovered money was used improperly, why and how they use it what was the motive behind it. Does the funds from the state benefit the party or the citizens? Well, Mr. Mervyn Dirks went on and asked the clarity based on the issues they are facing and the misuse of state money.
If ever people like Dirks asked clean and questionable situations they're being threatened but this time around things ain't the same, truth is truth and lies must be exposed so that criminals will be known. One of the reasons is that the organization is so that because of those greedy people who think for themselves only.
Ramaphosa must respond to the questions and give the reasons why CR17 is not yet known while the Nation wants to know the funders and amount of money that is there that is supposed to do many things in the Country.
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