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“Tony Yengeni Is a Convicted Thug, He Can't Tell us What To Do”—Man Blast Yengeni

A few ANC individuals who are faithful to president Cyril Ramaphosa are not trifling with it with Mr Tony Yengeni since yesterday when he allowed a meeting to writers, saying that it's the ideal opportunity for a few ANC individuals to move to one side or leave.

Numerous ANC individuals who are faithful to president Cyril Ramaphosa believe that Mr Tony Yengeni is in a roundabout way alluding to President Cyril Ramaphosa and his followers. Large numbers of them are currently impacting him, saying that an indicted Thug or criminal like Tony Yengeni isn't ethically upstanding or advocated to talk on established issues. Someone else likewise assaulted Tony Yengeni, saying that, "Tony Yengeni is an indicted hooligan, he can't guide us. Tony Yengeni isn't steady and experiences no harmony with himself yet the ANC see it fit to make him executive of soundness and harmony panel what a debacle there won't ever be harmony and steadiness in the ANC Tony Yengeni is poison". Tony Yengeni is getting it hot at this point.

It ought to be noticed that with this meeting, Tony Yengeni very much like the pastor of Tourism, Lindiwe Sisulu and the MKMVA veteran, Carl Niehaus has prevailed with regards to drawing in series of reactions to himself. The supporters, allies, and adherents of President Cyril Ramaphosa are not taking risks. They think about anybody with one more political direction as a RET part. The assault on Tony Yengeni is principally on his character, and they are not giving him any breathing space for the present, in any event, assaulting the writers who went to talk with him. They asked why writers will even select to talk with somebody like Tony Yengeni whom they call a Convicted Thug. Someone else added, "I generally disapprove of our columnists, each time there is a consuming issue in the ANC or in the country they generally welcome these dodgy characters, Tony Yengeni or that self-admitted fraudster-Carl Niehaus, and Mr Ace Magashule".

In any case, to no one's surprise, certain individuals have likewise come to the protection of Mr Tony Yengeni, saying that the substance of his message ought to be investigated and not his character or at all. One woman called attention to, "Why assault an individual rather than his substance? How about you address the issues that are raised, than to assault the respectability of Tony Yengeni? Who said lawbreakers don't reserve a privilege to be heard? Tony Yengeni has served his sentence by serving prison time. Must we not pay attention to him?".


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