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Julius Malema Orders Cyril Ramaphosa To Urgently Suspend This Top Minister For Doing This | See Why

Date:16/08/2022

Source:https://twitter.com/EFFSouthAfrica/status/1559201664711725056?t=F83xxVT8eQ-ZsC7NZJzUSQ&s=19

The people of South Africa have always been known as people that always want justice to happen to people that have broken the law. This is because most of the crimes that are mostly committed by high leaders have always been solved by paying a bribe to the victim and this has become a serious thing.

Recently the minister of finance Enoch Godongwana has been allegedly accused of sexual harassment by the woman who works at the Kruger National Park spa. According to the Instigator news, it is believed that Enoch put his fingers in the woman's panty by touching her genitals. The woman after being touched the genitals by the minister went on to report the minister for sexual assault but the minister tossed the allegations away.

The president and chief in command of the Economic Freedom fighters Party Julius Malema has written a statement ordering the president of South Africa Cyril Ramaphosa to do this. Malema wants Ramaphosa to fire Enoch from his position as the allegations of sexual harassment stipulate this. It might seem like a bad and harsh decision that is been taken by the leaders of the EFF. This is because it has not been proven yet that Enoch Godongwana is guilty and no court case has been opened.

The news has now come out that the minister had offered to pay R250 000 to the lady to keep quiet and the lady has now come out to deny any amount that the minister is willing to pay. The EFF statement has broken the people's hearts on why such a decision is taken without following the right procedures as firing him won't solve what the country is facing at the moment.

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