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#StateCaptureInquiry: I wanted to appoint Zuma NPA boss – Former adviser of Ramatlhodi



The former president of former Jacob Zuma, former prime minister, wanted to nominate the former minister to be the head of the Nationwide National Prospecting Authority (NPA), appointed by Minister Ramatlhodi Ngo, under the command of the state capture commission on Wednesday.

The former consultant, Defender Mahlodi Muofhe, is now the head of the Government of the Special Investigation Unit (SIU). The president of the Court, a member of the National Police Minister, Nathi Nhle, received a letter from the Chief Executive Officer, Raymond Zondo, on September 30, 2014.

Also, as he wanted to participate in the Nhleko group, he did not keep the mystery.

"I'm not sure I'm invited to invite me." The following year he said, he asked for a meeting with him in Cape Town in Nhle.

"I fled to Cape Town and former Nh minister met at the Cape Town office," he said.

Nhleko said "I will be ready for the public, in the face of the former US president, Mr. Zuma, who wanted to appoint NPA as the director of confusion."

Eventually, he made a meeting between Zuma and Nhlek.

"The real reason for the meeting as a former President was the debate. He wanted to direct and correct the NPA," Testified Muofhe.

Zuma told him she was "shocked".

Zuma asked why he wanted to be NPA and what he personally did was charge.

Zuma explained that the former Director of the National Criminal Court Mxolisi Nxasanak decided to leave Jiba "unnecessary" and that was a misfortune.

Muofhe said the former president said it was better to name someone and Zuma "warmed up a lot."

He also said that Zuma was not a prosecutor and was appointed by someone who would allow NPA stabilization.

NXASANA earned a fantastic merit of R17.3m in Zuma and left NPA in 2015.

Previously, a questionnaire about the ability to retain its office was stopped without explanation. Zuma then appointed Shaun Abrahams NPA headed.

However, on the 13th of August, Justice Mbuyiseli Madlanga found that the decision of Zuma was to end the Nashana NDPP's decision to be an abusive power and that Abrahams was a beneficiary of this abuse. Abraham's appointment was declared unconstitutional.

President Cyril Ramaphosa gave the decision to appoint a new NPA chief within 90 days.


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