Gigaba says there will be 'hell to pay' if he's forced out of ANC

Gigaba says there will be 'hell to pay' if he's forced out of ANC

- Home Affairs Minister, Malusi Gigaba is refusing to walk away from the ANC without a fight

- Gigaba says there will be 'hell to pay' if he does end up getting the boot

- According to Gigaba, there is an entire plot aimed at destroying him

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If he were to be removed from the ANC, there will be hell to pay - that's what Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba said.

The calls for Gigaba's removal from his post are getting ever louder.

However, the minister refuses to resign, saying he'll only walk away if President Ramaphosa tells him to.

According to a report by News24, Gigaba did an interview in which he said he would not leave the ANC.

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Gigaba also threw shade at EFF leader Julius Malema:

I grew up in the ANC. There is another young man that once insisted he would never leave the ANC. After that, he ended up leaving and starting his own political party.

The minister is probably still upset with Malema, whom he believes is the one behind the leaked kinky tape that's been the talk of the town lately. He went on to say that he will not lie down and just be a victim.

Gigaba is convinced that there is a campaign aimed at destroying his political career.

It's a well-orchestrated political campaign.

Briefly.co.za reported earlier that Gigaba claims that there is a well-thought-out plan to end his career.

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This comes shortly after the DA announced they're taking the legal route to get Gigaba fired.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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