The leader of the economic freedom fighters has come out breathing fire and demanded the firing of an ANC big shot. Julius Malema has called upon the African National Congress to fire the premier of Eastern Cape Oscar Mbuyani as soon as possible due to his allegations into corruption. It was revealed a few days ago that the mayor of the Eastern Cape province used part of R1.1 million that was meant for the late Winnie Mandela's memorial to renovate his home.
Now the African National Congress needs to do something about that fact since the stepaside resolution is still part of the party. The leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters is stating that the premier needs to either step down from his position on his own or he will be fired by the African National Congress leadership as it has been evident that he is corrupt.
South Africa has seen multiple leaders step down from their position after being implicated in cases of corruption. The premier of Eastern cape will be noble to actually resign from his position before the worst comes. Even the health minister tried to spin his case around but eventually had to step down because the pressure was too much.
I believe the premier of Eastern Cape will not at all step down from his position as he knows that he is well protected within the African National Congress. It has already been stated that over the past few years while Cyril Ramaphosa has been president the African National Congress has been more corrupt than ever.
There seems to be some sort of protection at least from consequence of corruption in the African National Congress and the worst that ever happened to this culprits is for them to just resign and enjoy the money they have looted. None of the African national Congress leaders that have stepped aside or been implicated in corruption have had to face jail time for what they have done.
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