The spokesman for former President Cyril Ramaphosa Khusela Dicko took a leave of absence last year after being suspected of involvement in corrupt activities, but it looks likes she is yet to turn a new leave and has landed in trouble again [Read more].
Khusela Diko is a staunch ally of President Ramaphosa and has supported Ramaphosa in his bid to become ANC President in Nasrec in 2017. Khusela is said to have played a major role in her late husband accepting an offer of one million dollars for Covid-19 PPE at the Gauteng Health Service last year.
Khusela Diko is one of the officials who voiced about corruption and how bad it is for society. Because that wasn't enough, the Mail and Guardian reported today that the Special Investigation Unit (SIU) has written to President Cyril Ramaphosa that his former spokesman Hussela Dico is implicated in another corruption scandal.
An intern who worked in the president's office when ussela Diko was still the presidential spokesman reportedly announced that Hussela Diko had received 1 million ren in her account, not a lie she told reporters that she was in her late husband's account. R1 million was the money Khusela Diko received from Digital Vibes corruption for stealing R150 million, which led to the resignation of Minister Zweli Mkhize.
The Special Investigation Unit (SIU) has recommended the National Prosecutor's Office (NPA) accuse Mkhiz of corruption with its employees stealing land when people die from the coronavirus. President Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to share khusela Diko's future in the nations politics after the devastating corruption around him. It seems endless to unmask those who have benefited from millions of digital vibes. Although the disgraced Minister of Health Tsveli Mkhize is the first to be punished other theives were involved in the deal.
It has just been reported that former presidential spokesman Khusela Dicko, is also involved in corruption. Diko is said to have gotten at least R1 million from the corrupt practice.
All this wad revealed in a letter to President Cyril Ramaphosa.
SIU's special investigative unit sent a letter to the presidency this week notifying the Ramaphosa office that trainees who worked there when Diko was spokesman told the department that they had transferred R1 million to her personal accounts and not that of her husband, Tandisizwe Diko.
Dicko and the President have not yet responded to the allegations, but it seems Mrs Khusela used her late husband's account for corrupt practices because the dead can't be judged. This is so inhumane and she consciously destroyed her husband's legacy.
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