President Cyril Ramapahosa of South Africa is in hot waters. New allegations accuse him of hoarding millions of dollars in his game farm in the Limpopo province and attempting to conceal the theft of the money. President Geingob of Namibia is reportedly implicated in the cover-up which Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) in both countries are now making a new battle ground. This article is published by News24. Here is an excerpt:
The Namibian presidency says there is no truth in allegations that President Hage Geingob inappropriately used his office to assist his African counterpart President Cyril Ramaphosa in an alleged cover-up of a cash heist at Ramaphosa’s game farm.
In a statement on Friday, the Namibian presidency said: “… certain individuals and a number of media houses, out of context and clearly motivated by malice or other ulterior motives, have been suggesting, without any factual basis, that the President of the Republic of Namibia, His Excellency Dr Hage G. Geingob, may have used his office, in a manner incompatible with the laws of the Republic of Namibia, to assist President Ramaphosa.”
It added: “The slanderous allegations and insinuations made about President Geingob are outrageous and unfortunate. There is absolutely no truth in the allegations that President Geingob inappropriately used his office to assist President Ramaphosa”.
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