Norma Gigaba forced to defend her family once again: 'I know of a plot to vilify me'

Norma Gigaba forced to defend her family once again: 'I know of a plot to vilify me'

The Gigaba family has been through a tough time in 2018, and it looks like there's no end in sight yet. Norma took to social media to give a heads-up about a possible new scandal and said they are ready for whatever comes.

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Just two months ago, Malusi Gigaba, South Africa's former Home Affairs Minister, resigned as a Member of Parliament.

This came after Gigaba was involved in what was possibly the biggest scandal of 2018, the leaked kinky tape.

Since then, the family has been in the news time and again. It looks like Norma Gigaba is once again getting ready to make headlines.

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The former minister's wife shared a post on Instagram in which she says there is a plot against her.

The post has since been deleted, but ZAlebs shared what Norma wrote in the post:

I know of a plot to vilify me. The attack on me and my family has been going on for years now and does not seem to relent. My strength intermediates evildoers, there is a new one in the cooking. We are unshaken…Our God is a living God, he will fight this war for us as always. Bring it on Satan.

Sounds like Norma is ready for war!

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While all of the negativity surrounding them could have made the Gigabas bitter, Norma actually saw the silver lining.

She shared a touching social media post in which she expressed how she values her husband’s presence at home, as reported on earlier by Briefly.co.za.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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