Twitter gives Floyd Shivambu advice: He should say, 'I am not my brother's keeper'

Twitter gives Floyd Shivambu advice: He should say, 'I am not my brother's keeper'

Floyd Shivambu came under fire after his brother's name made the list of people to be investigated in the VBS Mutual Bank case.

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Although a lot of people pointed fingers at the EFF deputy head over his brother's scandal, some tweeps felt sorry for Shivambu and decided to give him some rope. According to an investigative report, Brian received R16 million from the bank.

So, a tweep gave Juju's right-hand man some much needed advice- he should quote the bible.

Hloni Nyetanyane, who goes by the Twitter handle @HloniNyetanyane, wrote: " Floyd Shivambu should just quote from Genesis 4:9 "The Lord asked Cain, "Where is your brother Abel?" He answered "I know not." I am not my brother's keeper." Amen.... #VBSMutualBank"

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Another tweep added Shivambu should just flat out deny that Brian is his brother.

Social media user @wiseprince commented: "Floyd response : I want to state it categorically that Brian Shivambu is not my brother. We just share the same mother and father. #VBSMutualBank #VBSBankHeist."

Earlier Briefly.co.za reported the EFF ignored Shivambu's family ties to the VBS bank scandal. The EFF is very outspoken about the corruption that brought the bank to its knees but said nothing of Brian's involvement.

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