Zuma is un­able to elim­i­nate graft

The Star Early Edition - - LETTERS - Dr Peter C Baker

THE FRONT page state­ment that Pres­i­dent Ja­cob Zuma is against any sort of life­style au­dit on ANC cadres be­cause by his reck­on­ing the ANC is at the van­guard of elim­i­nat­ing graft, is sort of like Mobutu Sese Seko stat­ing there was no graft and cor­rup­tion in the then Zaire… be­cause he had al­ready stolen ev­ery­thing him­self.

Does Zuma per­sist in the cloud of de­nial that the coun­try, well at least a good ma­jor­ity, still be­lieves that he and the other syco­phants in the ANC have clean hands?

The party stinks from the de­cay and rot, from the lead­er­ship to the rank and file, the lat­ter who are happy to watch the loot­ing of the coun­try with the dream that their chance will come to pil­lage some­thing soon.

The writ­ing is on the wall for this damned party of vile cor­rup­tion and de­nial.

They have played the coun­try as fools for too long, but in­creas­ingly now South Africans re­alise they have been duped.

Shame on the ANC for their crass cor­rupt ways and shame on South Africa Pty Ltd for tak­ing so long to look at the fu­ture post the ANC.

I can’t wait. Park­town North, Joburg

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