Former BOSASA COO Angelo Agrizzi has reacted to the news of his former employer's death. Agrizzi is suspicious that Gavin Watson was attempting to flee South Africa before his car allegedly barrelled into a pillar outside of OR Tambo International Airport.
Angelo Agrizzi feels it is plausible that Gavin Watson had been trying to leave South Africa before he died earlier this morning.
Speaking to Tumisang Ndlovu on POWER Update, the former BOSASA employee and Watson's right-hand man reacted to news of his ex-boss' passing:
“If you consider the charges that would come against him, it would be very plausible. My heart goes out to the family. What he did was wrong and he’s probably having to answer to it right now."
Briefly.co.za reported earlier that Watson had died after the car he was travelling in allegedly hit a concrete pillar outside the airport.
Agrizzi had previously accused Watson of being the criminal mastermind in a complicated web of corruption, dodgy tenders and money-laundering.
Watson's passing has left more questions, and no answers, with the BOSASA CEO due to testify before an inquiry into his tax affairs, reports Herald Dispatch.
Former Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi says it is plausible that his former boss Gavin Watson was attempting to escape the country at the time of his death.
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