“Ace Magashule’s Sons Flaunting Looted Funds” Man Allegedly Release Photos Of Politicians Twin Sons

Magashule last week told reporters that he was not perturbed by reports that a warrant of catch is trailing his course.

He included he “thought around” a warrant being separate by a Bloemfontein court identifying with the besieged Estina dairy ranch experience that left dull ranchers tense. Which was an issue of high level corruption.

Recall that News24 reported that ANC secretary-general general, Ace Magashule, paid more than R130 million to the Gupta-linked Estina in the Vrede Dairy farm scandal, even after the contract was cancelled.

Apparently, the former free State premier is certainly not new to scandals of corruption.

The R250 million dairy project was to empower black farmers who are under resourced. But there are reports of bank statements that show that no payments were made to black beneficiaries from the project instead fake payments that suggests fraud and white supremacy.

There have been reports of mismanagement of finances and looting of state resources in the province during his time in office. The project began in 2013 while Ace Magashule was still the premier of The Free State.

As though that wasn’t enough, another issue of fraud lingered around the magashule name about two months ago, the reports had it that he used his sons to garner contracts during the Covid-19 lockdown.

According to the news, the MEC of Free state, who is a close friend to Ace Magashule. Closed a contract deal worth R2.7 million to their companies for Covid-19 relief materials. But they didn’t deliver.

Hence the reason why Hawks and every relevant department has decided to witch-hunt him down for his looting crimes.

Hours ago, a twitter user shared Photos of twin brothers alleged to be the sons of Ace Magashule. He said; meet the sons of the king of corruption.

The photos which had young boys Flaunting thousands of bill were smiling whilst living lavishly.


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