Koko Matshela has revealed some interesting story on his official Twitter account. Matshela recently appeared before the state capture commission to give some evidence in relation to Eskom. And now, Koko Matshela has taken to Twitter to share another information that has managed to capture the attention of majority of South African people who are on Twitter.
Since the inception of the commission of inquiry into allegations of state capture many well known South African personalities were seen standing before the commission to give some evidence of how things have happened. What has been revealed at the state capture so far has startled many South African people. The revelations at the state capture commission has somewhat made many people to come to the realization that there is no point in denying that corruption in South Africa is rife.
Matshela Koko shared the following on his official Twitter account "The narrative spun at the @StateCaptureCom is that I sent sensitive information re: online vending transaction to info-portal email address to give Salim Essa the advantage. Evidence show that to the contrary i actually stopped the transaction that would have benefited Salim Essa"
As readers can see from the quoted tweet above, Matshela Koko says he stopped the transaction that would have benefited Salim Essa.
It is not an exaggeration to say that many South African people are waiting anticipation to read about the State Capture commission's final reports. Most people are definitely waiting to hear what will be the State Capture commission's recommendations.
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