Corruption Indicted or accused ANC big toupee in the Eastern Cape, Oscar Mabuyane has come under fire after he hired big legal guns to fight Public Protector advocate Busisiwe Mkwebane who exposed him for dipping his hands into the public bag.
Mabuyane allegedly defrauded R450,000 from the R1.1 million which was meant for the Winnie Madikezela-Mandela honorary service according to the Public Protector's report.
The ANC heavyweight made swells on social media not only because of his alleged thieving shenanigans, but also because he stole plutocrat meant for a grieving family which is also not innocently respectable.
The Eastern Cape Premier Oscar Mabuyane rushed to prohibition examinations into the case by Jingoists citing that the report about him being involved in corruption comes at a time he's campaigning ahead of original government choices and that the examinations will ruin his political career as he'll be asked to step away.
This arrogant geste displayed by Mabuyane was described by political judges as one of the tactics used by ANC officers to shirk responsibility.
It isn't clear as yet whether or not Oscar Mabuyane will be paying these legal big ordnance from his own fund or the duty or tax payers funds will formerly again be abused to fight his legal battle.
Research expert and public judge, Lukhona Mnguni said Oscar Mabuyane's biggest headache must be the formerly entered program by NPA from the Jingoists regarding his corruption.
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