Mzansi ASSASSIN Was On Government Payroll - SOUTH AFRICA
South Africa - How long does it really take to trace a worker that's gone AWOL, notify them of a hearing, block their salary and finally terminate if they don't show up? Easy right? Not according to your government. According to News24 Sanele Mbhele, one of six alleged "assasins" linked to the assassination of whistleblower Babita Deokaran, has been quietly receiving his monthly salary from a KwaZulu-Natal municipality for months and has even been reimbursed for time while in prison. (picture from News24) Basically the ANC paid a hit men with taxpayers money, who silenced a whistle-blower who called out corruption in the government. You can't make this up. You can't tell me this criminal was an actual employee, as in, a working employee either. You don't just become a killer over night. And you are shocked why? This is how the ANC rolls when they are threatened. They will do anything to be able to keep looting.
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