Earlier today news broke that Andile Ramaphosa had done R2 million worth of business with the infamous BOSASA group. Opposition parties now want to know when President Cyril Ramaphosa will keep his promise and hand his son over to law enforcement.
Cyril Ramaphosa's promise that he would hand his own son over to authorities, should he be found guilty of corruption, may be coming back to haunt him.
Briefly.co.za reported earlier today that Andile Ramaphosa has admitted to entering into a R2 million deal with controversial BOSASA for advisory services.
According to The Citizen, opposition parties are foaming at the mouth over this revelation, demanding to know when Cyril will be keeping his word.
Dali Mpofu, EFF national chairman, took to social media to remind South Africans that Ramaphosa had pledged this, claiming that Cyril and his son were guilty of 'corruption, fraud, money laundering and perjury'.
The Democratic Alliance, not to be left out, simply quoted Ramaphosa's own words on their Twitter account:
“I will be the first to make sure [Andile] becomes accountable … Even if it means that I am the one who will take him to the police station.”
South Africans are buzzing with the news, curious to know what will happen next:
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