🔴ANC MP Demands Answers From Ramaphosa🔴
Although African National Congress (ANC) President Cyril Matamela Ramaphosa's office leaked audio of him saying he would rather fall on his sword over CR17 donations than hear public money was used to fund the party's internal leadership campaigns denied that it was an attempt to shield corruption, he's still under hot water.
It hae been reported that the African National Congress Member of Parliament (ANC MP) Mervyn Dirks has approached Scopa regarding the audio recording were President Ramaphosa is heard alluding to how State funds are used for party campaigns and therefore violating the PRECCA Act.
SCOPA is the standing committee on public accounts and they have power to recommend punishment. For president Cyril Matamela Ramaphosa, this is totally not good news for him, since he was beginning with the campaign of his second term. Any news that might be made out of this seating, obvious his oppositions or other comrades contesting with him will use it to de-campaining him.
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