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Motsepe SPEAKS: "You can not commit crime or be involved in corruption and get away with that "

Confederation of African Football president, Dr. Patrice Motsepe, was on Saturday early daytime watching out for the South African National Editors' Forum's Annual General Meeting. Motsepe, who is similarly President Cyril Ramaphosa's brother in law cut out an open door to say something seeing the actually conveyed State Capture report. "You can not execute bad behavior or be locked in with pollution and that is the very thing that draw off. Hence we should gander at the Zondo Commission report", Motsepe said.


Gotten some data about the Phala humiliation, Motsepe tended to the request in frame. "It is incredible that media is analyzing the charges and that the policing approach its liabilities unafraid", that'sall he said. He by and large avoids a President who has gets together with him. Essentially frame. Motsepe should truly keep his viewpoint about the Zondo report to himself. I mean his brother in law Cyril has purportedly executed bad behavior at phalaphala farm. Why didn't he talk all the more uproariously then, at that point?


There have been a couple of uncertainty that Motsepe and Ramaphosa could be together in the humiliation. Last year, a crook challenge President Cyril Ramaphosa and it incorporated his very rich individual brother in law, Patrice Motsepe. Srinivasan Naidoo, the head of Really Democracy, reported a criminal complaint against Ramaphosa and Motsepe in KwaZulu-Natal on Saturday, 18 June, charging that there were questionable dealings over the proposal of Ramaphosa's Ankole cows. This was after Patrice Motsepe had bought four Ankole cows from President Ramaphosa for an amount of R4.7 million.


Patrice Motsepe is right about the Zondo Commission report, yet the assessment that he is highlighting should in like manner apply to his brother in law.


Meanwhile, the seventh President of the Confederation of African Football Dr Patrice Motsepe says the best legacy to leave for the more energetic age is to ensure they handle independence and opportunity and hold the public power taken care of.


Sources:https://twitter.com/Sophie_Mokoena/status/1540596608341008384?t=I3dDm_11X7BhBLL2OcAcng&s=19


https://twitter.com/Newzroom405/status/1540601450354597891?t=V3lc2r3sJBopJx6Ax71_VA&s=19

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