Daughter of former President Jacob Zuma, Duduzile Zuma-Sambudla became a big buzz on social media after she killed the former head of the State Security Agency, Arthur Fraser < , called span>to get “his roses as a gift”.
Fraser filed criminal charges against President Cyril Ramaphosa last week, implying he had a Covered up crimes at his Limpopo farm after alleged thieves committed away with millions in foreign currency.
“Let’s give him his roses,” Zuma-Sambudla captioned a picture of Fraser.
< span>Without naming Ramaphosa, she said the “President of and so on and so on set a bad precedent for using state organs to decide political battles lead.”
“We cannot be shocked that we are in this state,” said Zuma-Sambu dla.
Over the weekend, speaking at the conclusion of the 10th ANC Limpopo Provincial Conference, Ramaphosa denied any wrongdoing.
He co confirmed money was stolen but he denied involvement in any criminal activity related to the incident.
He said Fraser’s allegations were part of a conspiracy to deter him from fighting corruption.
“I will continue to fight corruption. Some of these things clearly have their own political agenda and we are all aware of that, but it won’t stop me from fighting corruption as I’ve never stolen taxpayers’ money,” Ramaphosa said.
< p>He said the allegations were untrue and stressed that his conscience would not allow him to be involved in any crime.
“I’ve never stolen money from anyone. My integrity as a leader will never allow me to do that,” he said.
“What is being reported was a clear commercial transaction involving the sale of animals, and the amount for which it is far less than what is being reported in the press.”
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