Adapt’s Dennis Bloem is testing President Cyril Ramaphosa for not assuming liability for state catch and defilement that was purportedly set in during his residency as appointee president.
It was uncovered that ANC top six around then neglected to act against boundless defilement at the Passenger Rail Association of SA (Prasa).
The main 6 at that point were Jacob Zuma as president, Ramaphosa as his delegate, Gwede Mantashe as the secretary-general, Jessie Duarte as agent secretary-general, Baleka Mbete as director and Zweli Mkhize as treasurer-general.
“On various events, President Ramaphosa has said that he didn’t know about how gigantic the debasement was. It is exceptionally certain that President Ramaphosa is misleading the individuals of the nation, he was very much aware of what was going on,” said Bloem.
As per Bloem, the main way the president can demonstrate his innocence and spare his trustworthiness is to overcome enough and similarly assume liability for the state catch and defilement and quit putting all the fault on Zuma.