Things are surely getting worse for former ANC Secretary-general Ace Magashule as it seems his reign in the Free State has come to an end according to Mxolisi Dukwana Who was appointed interim provincial committee (IPC) convenor and the arch-nemesis by President Cyril Ramaphosa.
Dukwana who is known to be in so good terms with President Cyril Ramaphosa was talking in an interview with The Mail & Guardian,, sighting how power corrupts people, refereeing to the situation involving Ace Magashule who was Premier at the Free State.
"Power corrupts. Once you get authority, people change. This is the change that we have seen with the man. Also, leaders must be prepared to learn and must lead with common sense. What is happening at the moment with the SG [secretary general] is a lesson that we must learn, all of us, " pondered Dukwana.
Dukwana went on to suggest that Magashule thought he was ready to take over Luthuli House like he took over the Free State, which was his biggest mistake according Dukwana.
Magashule’s case with the ANC is still pending after he was asked to step aside before he later sent the organisation to court.
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