Maimane says BOSASA controversy is Ramaphosa's own Nklandla debacle

Maimane says BOSASA controversy is Ramaphosa's own Nklandla debacle

Democratic Alliance leader, Mmusi Maimane, has challenged President Cyril Ramaphosa to appear before the Zondo Commission. The opposition leader says that Ramaphosa's BOSASA scandal is the equivalent of Zuma's Nklandla drama.

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Mmusi Maimane has demanded that President Cyril Ramaphosa submits himself to the state capture commission.

The Democratic Alliance leader's response stems from the recent revelation that the president's son did business with BOSASA. Maimane commented that:

"What Nkandla is to Jacob Zuma, Bosasa is to Cyril Ramaphosa and therefore this is why it becomes important for the people of South Africa that when they go and elect a leader, we best know what type of leader we are electing."

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READ ALSO: Andile Ramaphosa finally spills details on his R2 million BOSASA deal

Briefly.co.za reported earlier today that Andile Ramaphosa has come clean about his relationship with BOSASA, admitting that he received R2 million in exchange for 'advisory services'.

The leading opposition party is now adamant that the president needs to appear before Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, who chairs the state capture inquiry, and confess.

President Cyril Ramaphosa pledged in Parliament that, should his son be guilty, he would hand him over to law enforcement personally, and opposition parties are not going to let this opportunity slide.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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