Tony Yengeni brings Ramaphosa farm theft to ANC NWC
Tony Yengeni instructed that Cyril Ramaphosa should seem earlier than Parliament’s ethics committee and step apart to permit area for investigations to proceed with none perceptions of interference
JOHANNESBURG – The 2020 theft at President Cyril Ramaphosa’s farm is being deliberated over on the African nationwide Congress (ANC)’s nationwide working committee assembly (NWC) on Monday.
Eyewitness Information understands the matter was positioned on the agenda by Tony Yengeni, simply minutes into the assembly.
Yengeni instructed that Ramaphosa should seem earlier than Parliament’s ethics committee and step apart to permit area for investigations to proceed with none perceptions of interference
Yengeni’s suggestion was additionally mentioned to have been slammed as being ludicrous by some within the NWC.
Others questioned whether or not he, as a former chief whip in Parliament, understood the way it labored because the president ceased to be a member when he was elected into his position.
It’s understood the president advised the assembly he had already contacted the integrity fee asking to seem earlier than it over the claims.
Former spy boss Arthur Fraser laid a felony criticism towards Ramaphosa final week, accusing him of breaching the Prevention of Organised Crime Act by not reporting the theft.
Suspects had been allegedly apprehended after stealing over $4 million hidden at Ramaphosa’s Phala Phala farm in Limpopo.
Ramaphosa has insisted he’s achieved nothing flawed, whereas ANC officers are but to current a correct report on the matter.