Koko Matshela finally Revealed who burnt the parliament and the reasons why

Koko Matshela finally Revealed who burnt the parliament and the reasons why

Source: https://twitter.com/LandNoli/status/1477889013847576577?s=19

Koko Matshela, a former Eskom executive, has finally spoken up about the fire that destroyed parts of the parliament building in Cape Town before firefighters were able to put it out.

Matshela took a go at President Cyril Ramaphosa’s present administration, claiming that they are failing to develop anything new while burning and destroying what was leftover from apartheid.

“While straining to build anything fresh of significance,” he remarked, “we are burning down and or destroying assets we acquired from Apartheid.”

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President Cyril Ramaphosa will blame racial mobilization for the burning of the parliament building in Cape Town, according to the fired former Eskom CEO. Ramaphosa has previously claimed that violent protests were sparked by ethnic mobilization, which has been met with criticism. They characterized Ramaphosa’s statements as a rash.

The fire, according to Koko Matshela, would be blamed on the nine lost years of state capture.

“I can assure you that Pravin Gordhan and @goolammv will blame this event on state capture and the nine years lost. This is how messed up these folks are.

President Cyril Ramaphosa is blaming ethnic mobilization, attempted insurgency, and even a coup attempt “Matshela stated.

Politicians were also playing the blame game, pointing fingers at people in the ruling party, claiming that the fire of the parliament building was one of their techniques for obtaining bids for renovations in order to plunder monies.

Following the event, a 49-year-old man was apprehended after a fire engulfed the National Assembly. However, indications indicate that this is not the first time security in Cape Town’s parliamentary area has been compromised.

In response to the event, President Cyril Ramaphosa disputed accusations that it had been substantially damaged. He said that the National Assembly Parliament was not destroyed to the ground because senior officials moved quickly.

“It demonstrates that certain things operate, even if we may believe that everything is falling apart. We do have a working city, a working province, and a working administration “he stated

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