- AbaThembu King Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo has lashed out against the ANC, dubbing it a 'devil's fart'
- The monarch has warned supporters of the ANC against blind loyalty during the funeral service of Chief Sandile Mgudlwa
- Dalindyebo warns that should alleged criminal activity in the party go unpunished, the ANC will run SA into the ground
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AbaThembu King Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo has lashed out against supporters of the ANC who are blindly loyal to the party with clips of his address going viral on social media.
Speaking during the funeral service of Chief Sandile Mgudlwa over the weekend, Dalindyebo cautioned that ignoring allegations of corruption and criminal activity in the ruling party will see it running SA into the ground.
The ANC, in his opinion, is 'a devil's fart, hellbent on looting the nation said a riled monarch:
“You need to be brave, because the thieves are stealing all the resources meant to shield us during this difficult period. The ANC was so innocent when it was in the hands of Oliver Tambo. What we are seeing today, I don’t know what to call it all. I would say it’s a devil’s fart, but because I am in the presence of pastors I can’t say that.”
Supporters of the ruling party received a firm lashing from the King who insisted they weren't 'closer to God' due to their loyalty:
“Don’t come here bragging thinking that, when you are carrying an ANC emblem, you are carrying something that is closer to God, or thinking that you are carrying the most important thing in the world."
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Dalindyebo met with laughter and applause, said the devil in question isn't even hiding his shame:
“There comes a time when you don’t have to tolerate any wrongdoings, because the way I see it, the devil is not even wearing underwear now – he is stark naked."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that the ANC is facing a torrent of Covid-19 relief corruption allegations.
The allegations have even taken root in President Cyril Ramaphosa's own office, with his spokesperson Khusela Diko and her husband fingered in a tender scandal.
News of a ministerial task team established to probe these allegations have been likened to a 'fox investigating why chickens are missing'.
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