Thuli Madonsela is currently one of the top trending topics on social media site Twitter, this comes after she left a lot of South Africans outraged after she went on live TV and defended President Cyril Ramaphosa against the corruption allegations in relation to the Phala Phala farm scandal, as she is claiming that what President Cyril Ramaphosa is accused of is not corruption, but as you can imagine, a lot of South Africans responded by heavily criticizing Thuli Madonsela for defending President Cyril Ramaphosa.
Tony Yengeni is also clearly not happy with Thuli Madonsela after she defended President Cyril Ramaphosa, as he took to his official Twitter account to criticize Thuli Madonsela for saying that what President Cyril Ramaphosa is accused of is not corruption, Tony Yengeni criticized Thuli Madonsela by calling her an "imperialist mouthpiece" who must be exposed and rejected...
"These imperialist mouthpieces Must be exposed and rejected.." - Wrote Tony Yengeni.
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