"500 Billion PPE Looters", Khusela Diko is already back at work.
By News_Flash_Gordon | self meida writer
Published 18 days ago - 1292 views
Khusela Diko was seen in the presence of SA President Cyril Ramaphosa and many people on social media are not happy about the situation. Yesterday, the SA president on his official visit to the Kotone family to mourn the passing of Moses Kotane's wife, a picture shared on social media show the presence of Khusela Diko and they couldn't believe their eyes.image cred : Twitter
The streets of Black Twitter have reasons to believe that President Ramaphosa claimed he suspended Khusela Diko for theft of the part of R500 Billions. They have prove that she is still on the job getting a salary. We will wait and see what happens because the President' spokesperson, Khusela Diko will face a disciplinary hearing.image credit : Twitter
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