Police guard dog IPID says it has not completely evaluated a solicitation by the African Transformation Movement (ATM).
The party has requested that the directorate explore the lead of police after the robbery at President Cyril Ramaphosa's Phala ranch the year before.
The public originally became mindful of the occurrence at Ramaphosa's homestead in Limpopo when previous government agent manager Arthur Fraser laid criminal allegations against Ramaphosa last month. Fraser is blaming the president for overcoming the finishes of equity, hijacking and tax evasion.
It was subsequently uncovered that the wrongdoing was accounted for to the official security unit as well as high-positioning authorities who were clandestinely examining the matter.
Ipid's Lizzy Suping says they have for sure gotten a letter of objection from the ATM party.
"We have mentioned them to introduce themselves to us or for a meeting to have the option to get a conventional assertion since we really want to guarantee that the objection that they are alluding to us can be completely researched."
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