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Mervyn Dirks summon Cyril Ramaphosa asking to explain what happened to our public fund.

ANC MP Mervyn Dirks has told parliament's standing committee on public accounts that his decision to write to Scopa - asking it to summon President Cyril Ramaphosa was not taken easily.

Mervyn Dirks has summoned president Cyril Ramaphosa, why will he use the public fund to run a campaign election, it is a miss management of fund?


The parliament has given president Cyril Ramaphosa seven days to explain why he used the public fund to run a campaign election,

President Cyril Ramaphosa has been given seven days to explain to SCOPA what he knows about the abuse of state funds for party-political campaigns.


President Ramaphosa was in ANC NEC meeting responding to the deliberations of the party, that's it so why now ANC matters has to be brought in parliament? Does parliament have to discuss the minutes of ANC? Anyway sympathizers will back up the president on his way to 2nd term

If Cyril Ramaphosa is voted for, for the 2nd term, then South African is in trouble he run the government into a recession. Because now even the money is went or borrowed is being diverted, the money is not being use for the purpose by which it is borrowed.

The other, a young lady on Twitter said South America is in trouble because President Cyril Ramaphosa has gone to borrowed another money again.


Another response on Twitter, he said this They will protect him. It's an act. This administration doesn't fight any corruption. It's fighting those who are calling for real transformation. Its mandate is to put the breaks on the hopes of the poor by removing all those who wish to see resolutions of congress implemented. Due to want had happened before, though he gave him seven days,, but the system is known to treat corruption. 

Sources: https://twitter.com/SAfmnews/status/1486046274012987395?t=FYwSJtMuk0GtFjyq42BPEg&s=19

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