Carl Niehaus has sent out a mind-blowing tweet on the CR17 campaign. Niehaus drew a graphic to go along with what he was taught about the CR17 campaign. And the photo that Carl Niehaus has provided shows the South African President, Cyril Ramaphosa standing next two white individuals. Carl Niehaus did not provide the identities of the white males standing next to Ramaphosa, which is regrettable.
However, at this moment, the attention is mostly on Carl Niehaus's remarks. Those who have followed South African politics in recent years will know that the CR17 campaign has dominated the political conversation in the country.
When Cyril Ramaphosa ran for President of South Africa in 2017, the CR17 became well-known throughout the country. Because so much has been said and published about CR17, it would be foolish to rehash all that has already been said and written. Currently, the information given by Carl Niehaus is occupying the political debate in South Africa.
Carl Niehaus claims that following the 54th ANC national conference, he was warned that Bidvest's substantial assistance will be examined. Carl Niehaus, on the other hand, claims that the subject has still to be examined.
"So, according to my sources, following the ANC 54th National Conference, the issue of #BIDVEST's substantial assistance for the CR17-Campaign was addressed in the ANC NEC, and it was decided that it would be probed. But it resulted in dololo. Why"
The following is a snapshot of the tweet:
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