Angelo Agrizzi says that if former president Jacob Zuma is unhappy with his testimony at the Zondo Commission, than he should make an appearance himself to clear the air.
Ex-BOSASA COO Angelo Agrizzi has responded to Zuma's claim that no one had implicated him at the State Capture Inquiry:
"The facts are the facts, I went into the commission and told the truth and I didn't hold anything back. If Mr Zuma doesn't agree with what I said, he must come to the commission, I am well, willing and able."
Briefly.co.za reported earlier that the former president is expected to do exactly this, appear before the Commission later this month.
Agrizzi revealed more details about his time at the infamous company, claiming it had a cult-like power:
"You were convinced that what you were doing was right and for the benefit of the company. And I would say yes, the company corrupted me. It is a progression, do the small things first, then do the bigger things. That it is how it progressed. Then it is: 'I don't have time to count the money, can you do it, please?' "
The former employee of the company who has been fingered in alleged mass corruption first testified that high-ranking politicians were paid bribes in exchange for political influence, reports EWN.
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