Hlaudi wishes he could tell Zondo Commission how he captured himself

Hlaudi wishes he could tell Zondo Commission how he captured himself

At an African Content Movement event in Soweto, Hlaudi Motsoeneng, presidential hopeful, revealed he would like to testify at the commission of inquiry into the state capture. The former SABC COO claimed that he was corrupt, but was adamant that he was the 'good' kind of corrupt.

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Hlaudi Motsoeneng presided over an African Content Movement event in Soweto this weekend.

At the event, the former SABC COO revealed that he would happily testify before the Zondo commission.

According to The Citizen, Motsoeneng planned to out corrupt members of the ANC, if he was extended an invite:

“If I go to the commission, some of the ANC people are going to be in trouble because I was not captured by them – they tried to capture me, but I capture myself, unfortunately.”

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The leader of the ACM party went on to admit to being corrupt, but not in a bad way:

“Maybe I should accept that I am corrupt, and I am accepting it. I am corrupt. My corruption is the good one because it is turning around the lives of the people of South Africa. That is my corruption. If they call me at the state capture commission, I am going to enjoy myself and I am going to tell them yes, I am corrupt, but this is the good corruption.”

Briefly.co.za reported that Motsoeneng had been fingered in Angelo Agrizzi's marathon testimony before the commission, with the former BOSASA COO claiming that Hlaudi had received R1.1 million from the notorious firm.

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According to the Sunday Times, Motsoeneng had confirmed that BOSASA had paid his legal tab to appeal his dismissal from the SABC, but would not reveal why.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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