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Agrizzi Blows Hot "I Am No Longer A Racist"

Previous Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi confronted an exceptional interrogation from money manager Kevin Wakeford's insight on Thursday evening. It began with advocate Reg Willis inquiring as to whether it was conceivable that his proof concerning Wakeford was unsteady or if he had committed an error in his declaration. 


Willis needed a yes or no answer from Agrizzi. In any case, he would not reply. "You can't ask individuals yes or no inquiries. It isn't right," Agrizzi, who seemed using a video connect, said. Willis continued ahead to get some information about admitting to being bigoted when he affirmed before the commission in January 2019. 


Agrizzi added he didn't detest Wakeford, saying: "I'm so confounded by the way that Mr. Wakeford is irritated with me or is annoyed with me, and I loathed him. I never detested him. Not under any condition." Agrizzi asserted all he could do was to come clean with the commission. 


Yet, Willis hit back, saying: "All that you've recently said just as all that you say in your testimony, I will exhibit to the executive … is only a winding of reality, a texture of falsehoods. There isn't anything you say that Mr. Wakeford acknowledges." Wakeford recently blamed Agrizzi for being a bigot and narcissist who needed to see the organization sold for his advantage. 


He denied claims by Agrizzi he had arranged an agreement among Bosasa and the Department of Home Affairs, News24 detailed. 


Agrizzi had ensnared Wakeford as a facilitator and sponsor in a portion of Bosasa's untoward transactions. Wakeford functioned as a specialist, on a month-to-month retainer of R50 000, at Bosasa for almost 10 years. 


Agrizzi had asserted Wakeford helped with issues the organization had with SARS and arranged and impact the agreement among Bosasa and the division in regards to the questionable administration of the Lindela Repatriation Center in Krugersdorp. 


"The charges made against me by Agrizzi and [Frans] Vorster have been created and the realities turned, to recommend defilement and extortion in the public area, and to bring me inside the command of the commission. Notwithstanding, there is no proof to help these manufactures," said Wakeford at that point. 


He added Agrizzi didn't affirm because he needed to uncover reality yet rather constrain the organization into liquidation so he could assume control over the customers utilizing his organization.

Source:

https://www.news24.com/news24/southafrica/news/ive-learnt-my-lesson-im-no-longer-a-racist-agrizzi-tells-zondo-commission-20210624

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