Angelo Agrizzi has implicated the ANC and it's members in countless allegations at the state capture inquiry. The ANC has clearly had enough of it, releasing a statement earlier today announcing that they have applied to cross-examine the former BOSASA COO.
The ANC has announced in a statement released earlier this morning that they have applied to cross-examine Angelo Agrizzi.
It seems as if the former BOSASA COO has touched a nerve with his recent allegation that the ANC top six had received millions from the disgraced company.
Briefly.co.za reported earlier that Agrizzi had testified during his tenth day at the Zondo Commission that the ANC's top officials had received between R10 to R12 million from BOSASA.
Mzansi had a mixed reaction to this move from the ruling party, especially in the run-up to elections.
Arnold Dhladhla had been inspired by the bravery on display on Agrizzi's by party, literally going up against the most powerful politicians in the country.
Moruti Masola was concerned over Agrizzi's safety, saying that the ANC would not be taking kindly to his allegations.
Johannes Mpoti reminded South Africans that Agrizzi would be testifying under oath and would have to prove his allegations. Mpoti is convinced that Agrizzi is keeping the big guns for the show down with the ANC.
Mandy Kunene seems convinced that the end is nigh for the party and the fat cheques that allegedly came with their power would soon run dry.
One thing is certain, despite personal opinion on the matter, Angelo Agrizzi has been one of the most vocal witnesses at the inquiry and the ANC will surely have a hard time getting him to change his tune.
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