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The Lady Who Filed For Sexual Harassment Against Enock Godongwana Could be Arrested

Perhaps Enock Godongwana will be apprehended for sexually harassing the woman who filed the complaint. 

The Minister of Finance, Enock Godongwana, has denied the sexual assault charges made against him, calling them a "smear campaign," despite widespread online speculation that the woman who has accused him of sexual harassment may be arrested. The minister dismisses the allegations as absurd and admits they are false. According to his stated words, he strongly denies trying to buy off the complaint. As I told the authorities, the complainant's identity remains a mystery to me. These claims are completely groundless. Speculation is rife amongst social media users that the woman in question will shortly be arrested. Known for his devotion to President Cyril Ramaphosa, Thuso wrote, "Enock Godongwana's accuser can be caught tomorrow. 

Following the review of the CCTV evidence, the NPA ordered her detention. The minister in issue reportedly also stated that he has no plans to resign. 

Social media users have speculated that the CCTV footages support the minister. 

It has been claimed that police in Mpumalanga are looking into a woman who has accused Godongwana of sexual harassment, as revealed by a prominent figure in the social media world. 

As far as they can tell, she is in Mpumalanga, and they think she may be working with RET troops there. When the insanity is this high, you have to have seen it all. After a sexual assault accusation was filed against Finance Minister Enock Godongwana, however, the Mpumalanga Police are waiting for a "warning statement" from him. Many people have said that they are eagerly awaiting the outcome of the lawsuit. Some minister backers and defenders, however, have labeled the allegations as a "extortionist scheme," claiming that they will ultimately backfire on those who are plotting against Finance Minister Enock Godongwana.

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