A familiar aphorism has it that; "where there is smoke, there is fire". This appear to be account being moved by ANC heavyweight, Tony Yengeni following the demise of Mpho Moerane who was the previous city hall leader of Johannesburg.
Moerane is the second city hall leader to bite the dust following a fender bender, after Jolidee Matongo who spent away last year in November in a horrendous auto crash.
Another ANC fat cat, Geoff Makhubo who was the Johannesburg city hall leader, didn't complete his term as he capitulated to COVID-19. This large number of three ANC companions who had involved the mayoral situation for Johannesburg are presently dead inside a time of a year.
This has raised a lot of worry regarding what precisely is going on in Johannesburg relating to that post.
Tony Yengeni contended that something isn't correct concerning this as each of the three ANC confidants who have held that mayoral are currently dead, two kicked the bucket after fender benders.
The RET champion said police should begin exploring on this matter refering to that something is truly off-putting around these passings.
"Something isn't correct here..Inuka ukutsha yonke lento..the police should examine," Tony Yengeni said.
Yengeni isn't the one in particular who is detecting that there may be injustice concerning the passings of these ANC friends. A few pundits contend that somebody should attempt to draw an obvious conclusion with much scramble before things runs wild.
"The two auto crashes are suspect, certainly requires some investigating," some said.
"ANC companions are killing one another," another pundit said.
Yengeni said the passing of Mpho Moerane at a time he should challenge for the place of director in the Greater Johannesburg locale is apparently not OK by any means.
One more ANC friend in Gauteng territory, Lebogang Maile said he never envisioned his kindred companion passing on thusly.
"Certain people you don't envision are by and large no more. Mpho was one of those. His unfavorable passing is a distinct indication of the delicacy of life.
No words can depict the aggravation his passing has brought. Our requests are with his close family. Find happiness in the hereafter Mpho," he said.
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