Revealed: President Ramaphosa instructed Malusi Gigaba to resign

Revealed: President Ramaphosa instructed Malusi Gigaba to resign

- Reports indicate that Malusi Gigaba was given orders to step down as Home Affairs Minister

- It is believed these orders came from President Ramaphosa himself

- Gigaba resigned as Minister of Home Affairs just a day before the president was set to take action against him

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According to reports, Malusi Gigaba was instructed by Luthuli House to resign as Home Affairs Minister.

He was allegedly given the instructions by President Ramaphosa himself, through a telephone call.

Gigaba stepped down as the Home Affairs Minister a day before President Ramaphosa was set to take action against him.

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Briefly.co.za gathered that ANC insiders revealed that Gigaba received a call during a meeting with some former ANC Youth League leaders.

However, Khusela Diko, the president's spokesperson, did not want to comment on this call.

The ANC's deputy Secretary-General, Jessie Duarte, also spoke to the former Home Affairs Minister on the day but says he didn't discuss the resignation with Gigaba.

READ ALSO: Did Gigaba strike a deal to make a comeback after elections?

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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