Generations: Fana opens his eyes and Lesedi wants to drop the charges

Generations: Fana opens his eyes and Lesedi wants to drop the charges

There was great excitement on Thursday night’s episode of ‘Generations: The Legacy’ when Fana finally regained consciousness, but sadly the good news didn’t last very long.

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From then on, the lawyer has been fighting for his life and doctors have been working around the clock to try and save him.

On Thursday, Fana finally opened his eyes, but sadly a few minutes later he went into a seizure and it’s uncertain if he is going to make it.

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However, tweeps have been a little more interested in what is happening with Lesedi and her case.

The student has been preparing to take Mr Carlson to court for sexual assault, but now she is having second thoughts.

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Lesedi is still not certain if the teacher is the culprit, so she reaches out to the key witness in her case, Antoinette but things didn’t go as planned.

Seeing as she didn’t remember everything that happened to her, Lesedi reached out to Antionette to see if she could jolt her memory.

Instead it has her thinking about dropping the charges, the key witness seemed too eager to agree with Lesedi and she even offered to lie under oath to help put Mr Carlson behind bars.

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